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    According to this publication the air in Cotes d’Armor and Finistere is of poor quality at the moment, Morbihan is okay. the pollution is due to ‘fine particles’

    https://www.ouest-france.fr/bretagne/cotes-d-armor/pollution-de-l-air-alerte-rouge-dans-les-cotes-d-armor-et-le-finistere-mardi-6319265

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    We really need some rain! Everywhere is parched when it should be damp from spring rainfall. Thankfully some is predicted for later this week.

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    I think we are due some stormy weather on Wednesday in Devon, it was mentioned about  sand from the Sahara could be included.

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    We do indeed Jazzy, they do forecast showery weather from tomorrow, hopefully they’re right as I’ve been rushing around planting all sorts in readiness for it!

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    It has been raining already here, a good shower during 15mn at 19h30.

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    Yes, upped the dose of antihistamine and inhaler. A dampening down would be welcome, at least bring down all the pollen and also dust from the farmers muckspreading, spraying and clod breaking.

    You could clearly see the pollution a few evenings ago, if you went out and looked at what should have been a beautiful full moon, it was totally cloudless, there was no clear view though, just fuzzy. With the car windows covered in waves of fine dust in the morning.

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    Still no rain here and you wouldn’t be able to guess the colour of our car! Just the farmers driving to where they’re going to do muck spreading sends up clouds of dust, a dampening down is definitely needed for sure.

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