Following yesterdays headlines, and the thunder & lightning and heavy rain last night, today the Daily Express says "Mountain hikers in Scotland are battling against harsher winds and blizzards, while much of the UK has seen a drastic drop from the unseasonably balmy September. It comes as meteorologists suggest a cold front will strike the UK as October begins, bringing a more conventional autumn."
There has been a noticeable drop in temperatures as the Indian Summer has come to an end. Looking forward a little
I had planned a visit to the allotment on Saturday this week as I could not arrange cover for my wife on Sunday, but looking at the weather it may just be a swift visit to the greenhouse to water and harvest tomatoes. At the moment at least the weekend of the 9th & 10 October is looking good.