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December Severe Cold Spell Thread

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Martin Mc Kenna
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« Reply #60 on: December 19, 2010, 06:21:07 pm »

Fantastic shots Paul, your comment about the 10 yards says it all. I like that block of snow sitting on the table  Smiley

Conor, love those images, the blood temp just drops when I look at them. No 2 is fantastic and really sums up this entire Winter so far in a single image  Smiley

Thundersnow/thunderstorms last night over E N. Ireland, one guy reported 11 flashes of lightning and 10" of snow from the event. I could see the lightning from Maghera and it looked incredible. Amazing soft rime ice/hoar frost type stuff today outside Maghera, first dramatic forms I have seen so far which was cool. There was a huge icicle hanging below the bridge and the Grillagh river is partially frozen over. It's - 8 or lower now already and it will drop even more later.

Must check out Joe's update forecast - this Winter is already epic!
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