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Discussion Starter · #12 · (Edited)
You've moved on fast.

Clearly you don't give a shit about the efforts of Paralympians in London.

You have a callous heart.
Wrong again I will be very much interested in the Worlds 2nd biggest
sporting event....its not officially started yet!

and this is the Jersiaise thread.:|
 

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It is pretty much the same as Southern Britain temps, as well as sunshine. I'd say it is slightly more windy, especially in winter.
Not Correct - Jersey is situated on the Gulf stream and the warmer waters
keep us more mild than the UK. ( we are much further south )
Our weather patterns are linked to main land Europe, as we a closer.

 

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The Gulf Stream flows around the South Coast of the UK too.

Taken directly from Wiki: The climate is temperate with mild winters and cool summers.[81] The average annual temperature, 11.6 °C (52.9 °F) is similar to the South Coast of England and the mean annual total sunshine is 1912 hours.[82] The terrain consists of a plateau sloping from long sandy bays in the south to rugged cliffs in the north. The plateau is cut by valleys running generally north-south.
 
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