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Has summer snapped shut?

Dinghy beginners at Kintyre Seasports Project have enjoyed more than a week of unbroken sun in the best summer in recent memory.

A light patter of rain at about 8.15pm on Tuesday evening heralded a modest downpour into Wednesday morning. It will have pleased the farmers, some of whom, it has been reported, are running short of water.

Golfers and gardeners will also be pleased as the grass will hopefully go green again.

On the Courier’s Facebook page Val McMillan wrote: ‘I must be mad, but could you send some down here please.’ Val does not state where here is exactly, but Pete Taylor in Leyland, Lancashire makes the same comment.

The Courier highlighted the return to our usual weather with a picture of a man wearing a sou’wester.

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