Anakana Schofield – Award Winning Author of Bina, Martin John and Malarky

Today, Wednesday, is our gloomiest day of the Autumnal season. A storm system has been moving down the North West coast, but there does not seem to be any sign of it striking us here. However, in some kind of distant empathy, the clouds have certainly kept the curtains still and closed on us today.

The season is becoming cosy and atmospheric in the delightfully melancholic and miserable manner it can muster. Although it gave way only a day or two again to a rare blast of sunshine.  The temperatures have no dipped yet tho’, so it’s still a warm hangover situation. The dreaded 10 and below will join us soon enough, along with the thermals.

Weather is becoming its own literature here.

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