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    It's warmer underwater and underground but recent rains will have dropped even dark world temps.

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    Well I keep thinking yes why not then go outside feel the cold
    Then think that’s why back indoors for a cuppa

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    Hoping to go on the clubs Xmas dive after a long period of not diving due to holidays, illness (not me but others) and life in general being a problem.

    Not looking forward to the cold during the dive but I will survive as there will be blazing fires and a lot of hot food/soup to heat me up.

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    I'd just like to report that it was 7.5 Centigrade in Wraysbury yesterday.

    That is all.

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    Think the coldest I've seen there is 3 degrees. Allegedly it's also been dived with ice on the surface...

    Winter woolies and extra weight needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wibs View Post
    Think the coldest I've seen there is 3 degrees. Allegedly it's also been dived with ice on the surface...

    Winter woolies and extra weight needed.
    I did my ice diver course there one year lol! It is often 2/3 degrees water temp there in the depths of Winter.

    I am off there on Sunday so will wrap up warm!
    The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever - Jacques Cousteau

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    Nice pootle round Wraysbury today testing out my new travel BCD. 7 degrees so not ridiculously cold yet, but definitely a bit nippy!!!
    The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever - Jacques Cousteau

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    I dived Silfra in Iceland four years ago. Air temp was -5c and the water was +1c. I think the water clarity being so amazing meant that we did not feel cold on the dive.
    I was always feel much colder much sooner on poor viz winter dives

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian@1904 View Post
    I dived Silfra in Iceland four years ago. Air temp was -5c and the water was +1c. I think the water clarity being so amazing meant that we did not feel cold on the dive.
    I was always feel much colder much sooner on poor viz winter dives
    Probably are just as cold however you pay more attention to it when you have nothing to look at.


 
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