Life in Culebrón

Thursday 9 November 2017 - The crickets still sing in October

We've had some decent weather until recently - in fact I keep hearing how it has been unseasonably mild and suchlike. That may be true, they, whoever they are, may have reasons for lying to me about all sorts of things but I'm sure that the weather isn't one of them. So, if they say it's been a warmer Autumn than usual I am happy to believe them. 


It's started to cool down now though. For the past couple of weeks, we have sometimes fired up one of the butane heaters in our living room in the evening just to take the chill off. We put the slightly thicker duvet on the bed too and I've put some pullovers back into my wardrobe. Yesterday Maggie said it was cold so I trundled another heater into the kitchen just in case. She even fired up the pellet burning stove in the living room for our telly watching last night. We are right on the cusp of it getting cold and inside, in our bit of Spain, over the late autumn and winter it can be unpleasantly unpleasant in our house when the heating isn't on. Outside of course it's nice, or at least it's usually nice. Cloudless blue skies and sun being the standard.


Oddly enough the Town Hall website just published the round-up of the October weather. They used to do the monthly report without fail but I haven't seen it for a while so, for your delight, here is the October 2017 weather.


The highest temperature on the 27th was 29ºC and the lowest of 5ºC was overnight on the 26th/27th. So quite a temperature range of the 27th! The median daytime maximum through October was 23.7ºC and the median minimum was 8.8ºC.


We had just one rainy day but, on that day, the 18th, we got 16.5 litres of rain per square metre. That day was also classed as stormy because we had gusts of wind of up to 87km/h.


We had five misty starts and 26 mornings with dew but 22 of those turned into clear sunny days and there were another five with sunny spells.


All in all then the sun shone for 27 out of 31 days, the standard daytime temperature was in the mid 20s and it only rained once. That does sound like a pretty decent October then.


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