In the Mummy blogosphere, long periods of calm and settled weather are typical throughout. However, regular travellers to this area will testify to the occasional bout of less favourable weather accumulating in a violent storm, which quickly passes, on a bi-annual basis, approximately.
A little care is needed when journeying through the blogosphere during such periods of unsettled activity. Aftershocks are highly likely and will reverberate across the region. A period of unsettled weather will follow, for about ten days, before a patch of calmer, sunnier weather establishes itself.
Thunderstorms in the region remain rare; however, it is best to be prepared. Always carry a raincoat, keep your head down during periods of high activity and proceed with caution. Don’t get drawn into the storm as you’ll only get wet and it will ruin your hair.
Should you wander into a storm unexpectedly, simply turn round and resume your normal course assisting any weary travellers you should meet along the way. Once a more settled weather pattern has been established, simply carry on as normal.
Travel to all sections of the blogosphere is recommended, and in fact encouraged. Hidden gems can be found in unsuspecting places so diverting off your usual course is advisable if you have additional time available. Do provide visitors with your calling card so they can visit you next time they venture outdoors.
The forecast for the next seven days is more settled than previous weeks with long sunnier periods and the occasional light shower.
Enjoy the sunshine, smile at all you meet, it really can be a very friendly place to travel.