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The Isle of Man experienced its wettest July since 1987. About 101mm of rainfall was recorded during the month - nearly 80% above the July average, Ronaldsway Met Office said.

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It's been a funny old year. Not much of a summer and lots of things that we took for granted and the norm, suddenly aren't. Lots of time to reflect. Wonder what the winter will bring....definitely more rain for sure I'd say. 

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12 minutes ago, Non-Believer said:

It's been a funny old year. Not much of a summer and lots of things that we took for granted and the norm, suddenly aren't. Lots of time to reflect. Wonder what the winter will bring....definitely more rain for sure I'd say. 

 

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2 minutes ago, Donald Trumps said:

Will we see 'user pays' carbon taxes?

By the time Rishi and Alf have finished you won't need to be using anything to get taxed on it...

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By ‘summer’ you are no doubt referring to March, April and May?

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16 hours ago, slinkydevil said:

The Pandemic was glorious though.

Does that mean we are now enjoying an "Indian" Pandemic.

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