This sounds like "window weather" - is there a Gaelic expression for this?
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And Colorado, too.
Would this also translate to, "it is sunny but she is not warm"?
That last word is really sounding like it begins with an English "dw" sound to me.
I hear it too. Don't know if there is a reason for it to change.
I've noticed that warm is sometimes blàth and other times blath. What is the difference?
This is the quintessential Scottish experience
Flag isn't working, but it isn't giving an "it" to choose. Can't choose "it is", there is only "is" twice. Is is....