Your Granada Weather Photos - November

Pendle Hill Credit: DAVID GREENWOOD, Whitworth
Cliviger Credit: GRAHAM KNOTT

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Lytham Windmill Credit: JOHN THRELFALL
Holly on her daily walk, Bootle, Liverpool Credit: STEPHEN CARRIGAN
Crown Point, Burnley Credit: PAUL FRIEDRICH
Ashton Memorial from Ryelands Park, Lancaster Credit: SPENCER ROSS
Late Autumn colour at Rossendale Credit: DAVID GREENWOOD
Pleasington, Blackburn Credit: SHAFIK KHAN
Low sun at Stockton Heath Credit: STUART HULL
Cold and clear in Heysham Credit: JANET PACKHAM
Wet and windy at Heysham Harbour Credit: JANET PACKHAM
Autumn shadows near Audlem Credit: KATE FARMER
Before Sunrise in Sabden, Lancashire Credit: MO LAMBAT
Darwen Tower Credit: BOB BEDFORD
Errwood Reservoir, Goyt Valley Credit: RAY ATKINSON
Frosty plants Credit: KAREN WATTS, Bamfurlong
Frosty Autumn leaves Credit: STEVE MULVILLE, Liverpool
Early sun over the Goyt Valley Credit: RAY ATKINSON
Sunbeams over the High Peak Credit: TOM MASSEY
Late Autumn/Early Winter scene along Lancaster canal Credit: CHRIS COATES
Double rainbow over Orrell, Greater Manchester Credit: ENYA MORTERS
Robin in Heysham Credit: JANET PACKHAM
Wigan Flashes Credit: IAN BONNELL
Windy sunset, Douglas, Isle of Man Credit: CHRIS HUGHES
Affetside, Bury Credit: MARCUS MILTON
Rocco the crow in Hambleton, Poulton le Fylde Credit: JANET CURREY
Rochdale Canal Credit: LINDA GLOSSOP
Sun rise and a foggy start over Darwen Moor Credit: MAVIS SMITH
Tatton Park, Cheshire Credit: DAVE CLARK
Murky start in Littleborough, Rochdale Credit: JON TURNER
AltoCumulus over Morecambe Credit: CHRIS COATES
Foggy start. Low cloud lifting above Cliviger Credit: GRAHAM KNOTT

AltoCumulus over Manchester Credit: RYAN READMAN


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