THIS WEEK:

Friday 22nd

A big shower at Tarn Hows this afternoon

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the locals aren't impressed

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ghostly Helvellyn

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blue sky after the shower

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at the head of the lake

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fields below Monk Coniston.

Thursday 21st

Up the Walna Scar road as far as the gate

some sunshine on Low Pike and the Scandale fells

wild at times

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a hail shower and rainbow

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nearing the gate

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the shower heads over Grizedale

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more wild weather over Levers Water, time to retreat.

Wednesday 20th

Clouds and mist above Tilberthwaite

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from High Close

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Easedale, Grasmere very misty this morning

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quiet at the head of the lake; Monk Coniston

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flooded field opposite the Coniston Inn

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the Crown, temperatures dropping before dark, more snow on the Coniston fells.

Tuesday 19th

In the rain to the Boating Centre

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the bridge, Lake Road

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I haven't seen anyone yet

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the Bluebird Cafe

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wet hoggets

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depth measure in Church Beck.

Monday 18th

Church Beck behind the Black Bull, a walk following the beck into the Coppermines Valley

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ironwork on the gates of Ruskin Museum

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Rhododendrons in Holywath garden

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below Miners Bridge

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locals making their way to lower ground

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a mini Coppermines YHA framed in the Hydro Electric dam

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Red Dell and Erin Crag

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Snowdrops in the grounds of St Andrews Parish Church.

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Sunday 17th

Sunrise replaced by showery clouds from the west, at Hawkshead Hill

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a big thaw at Tarn Hows since yesterday, snow on Coniston Old Man

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the ice has taken on a strange grey colour

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cold winds on the high ground above Rose Castle

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showers beyond Esthwaite and Windermere

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Wansfell Pike and the icy Troutbeck fells.

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