Swimming 22:00  0.6 km (36:40 / km)
Feeling a bit better this morning. Headed to the pool, to discover that the increase in traffic which has been evident on Geneva's streets this week also applies in the water, and that I'd run into a similar crowd to the one I've come to know and love elsewhere here. Wasn't swimming that smoothly either. This session was eventually put out of its misery when the lane I was in was taken over for a squad session on the stroke of 8, and I couldn't be bothered starting again in another lane which was even more populated.
Got my (reasonably) final text off today; just have a few images to finalise. Also had some local climate extremes to admire both locally and in the (relatively) near distance - the near distance coming with the storm in the UK, the local bit coming when it reached 19.3 in Geneva, the highest February temperature since 1903 (and I suspect the 1903 site, which would presumably have been in the town, would have been a warmer one than the higher and less built-up airport).
Speaking of big storms, I really wish that the European meteorological services would get their act together in the naming department. I've seen the same storm bestowed with four different names by different countries, although this one so far only seems to have two. It makes life difficult when you're writing reports for an international audience, although writing up 2017 storms will probably, but not definitely, be someone else's problem. (The Asians have an agreement to take it in turns to name typhoons in their region, and I think such a system could work in Europe too).