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December Severe Cold Spell Thread

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« on: December 06, 2010, 09:17:22 pm »

 Another thanks  too, Mark. He said in the last forecast posted here that southern Europe will be hit hard. Our weather has certainly caught his attention. We've got  - 4C (24.8F) now and dropping. I see Stoke-on Trent (Midlands ) is due -10C (23F) tonight,be lower out in the rural areas as these are urban area temps. We've got fog too.

-16C  (3.2F)  in South Yorkshire ??  This is as bad as the start of the year.

Looking forward to the photos,Martin, sounds great with you. I saw the BBC weather with snow covering your area earlier.
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