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Kindly weather gods…

It’s the time of year when cricketers, and supporters alike, eagerly scan the daily newspapers to see what the weather forecasters are predicting with the LV=County Championship entering the final straight with the Division One and Two titles up for … Continue reading

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A game of two halves?

A game of two halves? That would be a very apt description for the pattern of weather interruption for a number of counties in this year’s Clydesdale Bank 40 competition. The fine weather and predominance of high pressure over the … Continue reading

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Low pressure systems sweep the country

Despite the fact that there have been more low pressure systems sweeping across the country in the past few months, the amount of time lost in the LV=County Championship remains well below average. The first half of the season saw … Continue reading

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Mostly sunshine…

Like the statistics for time lost to the weather in Championship cricket featured in the first Weather Watch, the statistics for domestic one-day cricket in 2010 show that the weather has not interfered on a major scale so far. A … Continue reading

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Driest start to the year since 1929!

The predominance of high pressure in recent weeks has meant that very little time has been lost to rain or bad light in the first half of the season in the LV=County Championship. Indeed, the Met Office recently reported that … Continue reading

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