Here we are with only a week left in May and we are heading for another cold spell.
We walked along the prom earlier today and a lot of the sand that was bought ashore has been relocated by the tides already.
According to the weather forecast, we are due for a storm tonight, and judging by the way the water was churning, we won’t be surprised.
We’ve tied up our tomato plants just in case of heavy winds, and as Maggie performed in the back garden at 8pm, we decided to have an early night.
This is two fold actually as it saves getting chilled should the temperature drop and also settles her before any bad weather hits. She chased a crow this afternoon and over extended herself, so we’ve given her a small dose of metacam to take the edge of any pain she may be feeling, and she’s contentedly snoring at the moment.
The sky is darkening to that purply grey that denotes stormy weather, and if it develops into a thunderstorm, then the internet router and our transformers will be unplugged as a precaution.
I took the above from our pontoon when we were on the marina.
We watched the storm roll in and actually round us!
It’s just started to rain, should’ve guessed really as Hubby cleaned the windows yesterday.
Glad we got all the washing done and dry outside earlier today.