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Just starting to see bits of grass peeking through from under all the snow on the common behind us

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Just starting to see bits of grass peeking through from under all the snow on the common behind us

Coming from Lancashire, you'll recognise common when you see it.

;):D

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Adams - Telegraph :dry:

So? The Telegraph's barely-disguised antagonism to all things Cameron is well known, as is their opposition to Blair's predilection for "privatisation"

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Reports on the radio this morning that there may be snow in the South West

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just in time, its started to snow in freezing standish just outside of wigan, a bit of a blizzard at the moment.

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Its back

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First snow for us since we moved up here. We're way up on the moors so we're all giddy an excited

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Snowing here in Sintellins.  Enough of a snowfall to make the drive home this evening a 2nd gear only experience, with some very tentative slidy turns! 

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Seems to be thawing here in St Helens now.  We had a decent covering.  Enough to cause genuine concern on the roads (those slides and stuff confirmed it!) and to build a snowman/have a snowball fight (I know, I tested it!).  But alas, it is now turning to mush. 

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Just enough snow to settle this evening. Picturesque.

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Hardly anything left this morning.

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Hardly anything left this morning.

Good as I need to drive up to Garrigill in East Cumbria today!

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Christmas day I was sat outside drinking wine in brilliant sunshine.

Last night cars were piling into each other outside my house cos of the impact of snow on the hill!!

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What a gorgeous day the ground was hard and the frost was crisp, with the sun making everything gleam, with adjusting of snow on the fields. Great morning for a walk.

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My Brother in Law lives in Matlock high up and he tells me he's almost snowed in.

I'm going to visit some friends tomorrow who every Christmas rent Cromford station B&b. I'm going on the train so hopefully I'll grt there and back without to many problems.

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No snow here, just drizzle. What have we done wrong?

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After the promising snowfall of last night there was a slight thaw and the remainder froze overnight and then all we had in Sintellins today was persistent bloody rain.  Gee has it rained!  Finally stopped late afternoon and there is still snow on the grass areas.  There may well be another freeze tonight in which case tomorrow morning will see pavements like ice rinks.

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My Brother in Law lives in Matlock high up and he tells me he's almost snowed in.

I'm going to visit some friends tomorrow who every Christmas rent Cromford station B&b. I'm going on the train so hopefully I'll grt there and back without to many problems.

My brother and his family set off from Hull to Sheffield at about 11pm yesterday. They hit the snow at Goole and by the time they got to Sheffield it was so bad they couldn't get up the hill to their street so had to leave the car and walk. He's rung today to say they'd had about seven inches of snow. Not even had a snowflake here.

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My brother and his family set off from Hull to Sheffield at about 11pm yesterday. They hit the snow at Goole and by the time they got to Sheffield it was so bad they couldn't get up the hill to their street so had to leave the car and walk. He's rung today to say they'd had about seven inches of snow. Not even had a snowflake here.

If it snows, or if snow is forecast, always avoid Sheffield as they always get loads.

In general, always avoid Hull and Goole.

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What a gorgeous day the ground was hard and the frost was crisp, with the sun making everything gleam, with adjusting of snow on the fields. Great morning for a walk.

 

It was cracking flags here today, but I do envy that.

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In general, always avoid Hull and Goole.

Cocaine Smuggling For Dummies chapter one.

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6 hours to get back to Bradford from South Wales. Usually takes four.

 

My son made the mistake of going by rail to London for Christmas. 11 of them are stuck at Finsbury Park with no train coming back tonight.

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