I'm getting to know my running style now. I can feel which part of my foot hits the ground first (my normal bursts of gazelle-like springing: heel first; the shuffle I'm reduced to when running more than 100m: midfoot). I've taken notice of my breathing pattern, which seems to have been influenced by this article on breathing technique, because today, without even thinking, I realised I was following a 3:4 pattern (in for 3 steps, out for 4).
Today I was up in the centre of the island, in the middle of gorgeous rolling farmland. The weather was rather undecided, but I warmed up enough to cope with the cool breeze between the bursts of sunshine.