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August 6th. A sharp sunset after a day of thundery clouds.
July 13th. The middle Teign valley is showing the effect of the dry spell as the steep cherty hills dry out.
June 8th. Heavy showers move east to the north of us. An bright sunlit foreground dramatises the scene.
May 14th, a view looking north towards Mardon Down. While the country to the east had heavy showers and thunderstorms it was much quieter here.
April 25th, the first active front for weeks heads east after sprinkling Devon.
Some interestingly formed cirrus clouds passed over on the 2nd of March.
Moderate snowfall on the 7th of January. Around 5cm of snow and snow pellets fell during the morning. With a freshening ESE wind and the temperature never far from zero some of this snow blew around as well - the first time for some years I've seen this.
(To see what it's like when it really snows try 'more pictures')
And here are a few more clickable thumbnails.