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December Severe Cold Spell Thread

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« on: December 02, 2010, 05:00:46 pm »

I'm hopeful that as this band comes through the midlands it will bring some additional snowfall tomorrow afternoon / night, fancy a bit more than we've had so far.  Though today it has snowed all day - lightly - and as a result i can report that we have gone from a couple of cm cover to a couple of inches cover!!!  Shocked  It finished just before tonights rush hbour started, and the temperature is already below freezing out there - the roads and pavements are treacherous.  I'm glad I can walk to and from work as it takes much less time in these conditions than walking.  Even the main roads round here are frozen slush - its gonna be gridlock!!!  Tongue
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