Last 24h in my garden from the wireless weather station:
Last of the dahlias now turned black.
Looks like a proper frost tommrow ?
Such a lovely sun day today , bet it is going to be cold at the allottment tommrow , have to have a little fire while I have my lunch up there
Dahlias black weeks a go
GWRS your day ahead sounds lovely. I'm just getting ready to jump on the 7am train to work....booooo. No allotments or fires from my desk....and lunch will be an overpriced sarnie and a Luke warm 'paper' cup of tea (we aren't allowed kettles or ceramics because of health and safety!! Yep, we can't be trusted with either apparently!!).
Not as chilly as I'd thought here today though....from the outside looking in! Bet it's cold when I open that front door (in a health and safety compliant manner of course!)!
Freezing fog and ice here in Norfolk this morning. Temp in back garden down to 0C but much lower in front garden.
I've just heard from son that it's 4C and dry and fine down in Suffolk
It was white and crispy here in Essex at 11.00 pm and getting misty, but got up this morning to cloudy and milder.
Hello , really good frost hear in Lincolnshire , still popping to the allottment thou , change of jobs as the soil could be frozen ?
glad had a lie in
Freezing when I retired at 11.30pm, wet when I arose at 6.30am. And a grey day ahead by the look of things.
Good frost and freezing fog , cleared about 12-00 as I went up to the allottment
Soil still soft , turned out to be a nice day , gets dark so quickly left just before 4-00
Reply to Tootles: 'Cat ice'* is really thin stuff that you get on very shallow puddles, dampish mud and suchlike. It'll bear the tentative weight of a cat, but nothing heavier....!!
*A West Midlands term, maybe there's a different phraseology in NE Midlands (Notts)??
Not in Scotland Rb, when we get ice it's dog ice