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[Misc] The Award-winning official "More Snow Tomorrow?" Thread [2023-24 Season]



papachris

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My front garden this morning
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Papa Lazarou

Living in a De Zerbi wonderland
Jul 7, 2003
18,809
Worthing
207mm so far this month, 33mm today already and we have a weather warning for Thundery rain and possible tornadoes out for Sussex for this evening

 

BN41Albion

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Oct 1, 2017
6,320
Southern Water still running adverts on TalkSport over water ‘shortage’…kind of incredible considering the volume of rain that’s fallen over the last few weeks
It's not actually rained that much down here really though until the other day. Some heavy showers but very little in the way of heavy persistent rain like most of the country has had for seemingly weeks (and over summer it seems which we also escaped most of!). All changing now though for the next little while which should top things up somewhat
 


dolphins

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Jan 26, 2012
5,111
BN1, in GOSBTS
Southern Water still running adverts on TalkSport over water ‘shortage’…kind of incredible considering the volume of rain that’s fallen over the last few weeks
Problem often is that sudden deluges overwhelm and therefore much of the water goes out to sea (with the turds) rather than soak nicely into the ground and also fill reservoirs.
 

LamieRobertson

Not awoke
Feb 3, 2008
46,294
SHOREHAM BY SEA
It's not actually rained that much down here really though until the other day. Some heavy showers but very little in the way of heavy persistent rain like most of the country has had for seemingly weeks (and over summer it seems which we also escaped most of!). All changing now though for the next little while which should top things up somewhat
According to the Southern Water website July/August above average rainfall
 


papachris

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Some of this family including me would love to live in a snowier clime :bowdown:
I moved here to Estonia two and a half years ago. We have nice summers. But I have to say I prefer the snow in winter to the usual rain in England. Today is s bit early to be honest and it won't last. Proper snow should be from late November tight through until late march judging from the last two years
 


Weststander

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NSC Licker Extraordinaire
Aug 25, 2011
62,770
Withdean area
I moved here to Estonia two and a half years ago. We have nice summers. But I have to say I prefer the snow in winter to the usual rain in England. Today is s bit early to be honest and it won't last. Proper snow should be from late November tight through until late march judging from the last two years

I love the snowy pictures you post in winter, please do it again this winter.
 


Worried Man Blues

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Feb 28, 2009
6,495
Swansea
I moved here to Estonia two and a half years ago. We have nice summers. But I have to say I prefer the snow in winter to the usual rain in England. Today is s bit early to be honest and it won't last. Proper snow should be from late November tight through until late march judging from the last two years
Just told the Mrs it's snowing in Spain, she looked surprised!
 

RexCathedra

Aurea Mediocritas
Jan 14, 2005
3,498
Vacationland
We've had trick-or-treaters coming through the snow every sixth or seventh year, but today in Portland (ME) it topped out at 75ª or so.
Tuesday night -- chance of snow.
The old timers in New England always said "If you don't like the weather, wait a minute."
I've got my snowblower and mower (for chopping up leaves, mostly) side by side in the dooryard during November.
 



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