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Last Of The Sunshine Days

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  5. Brits are set to enjoy the last of a sunny spell today as rain and cloud start to move in. Canterbury is set to bask in temperatures of up to 77F.
  6. Volume five of Sunshine Days is another excellent buy for the pop music CD fan on the never-ending search for obscure '60s titles. Some of the cooler titles on volume five are "Back on the Street Again" (the Sunshine Company), "Pretty Ballerina" (the Left Banke) and the Monkees' excellent version of the Paul Williams/Roger Nichols composition "Someday Man.".
  7. In fact, the only days even considered "partly sunny" remain Dec. 15 and Christmas Day-- and even those days had 70% average cloud cover. Yep, every day in January has been considered cloudy with.
  8. Jul 15,  · Dry spells and some sunshine look set to be on the cards for for the next 40 days, if the legend of St Swithin is anything to go by. Today, July 15th, is St Swithin’s Day and if the myth of the holy man holds true then whatever weather we see today is likely to be replicated every day for the next 40 days and 40 nights.

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