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



RexCathedra

Aurea Mediocritas
Jan 14, 2005
3,498
Vacationland

In Cornwall, with the palm trees no less...
Shocking that we've had the plows out here once, for less than 2", and the sanders (or 'gritters') out maybe two more times, and it's the first of December.
This in a corner of the world known for its winters.
 

Thunder Bolt

Ordinary Supporter
I’m not sure if it was a heavy frost or a dusting of snow overnight, but there’s quite a bit of white in BN9 this morning.
 


southstandandy

WEST STAND ANDY
Jul 9, 2003
5,593
I have to confess I put the heating on yesterday morning for 2 hours! Can't believe I went so early. Wasn't on until February last year.
 

A1X

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NSC Licker Extraordinaire
Sep 1, 2017
17,241
Deepest, darkest Sussex
Was Baltic up Copyhold Junction this morning
 

PILTDOWN MAN

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NSC Licker Extraordinaire
Sep 15, 2004
18,441
Hurst Green
Snowing here in Bruges only a few flakes
 


Thunder Bolt

Ordinary Supporter
Looking out the window late last night the cars were well frosted up …so I’m going for the former

Rain on its way tomorrow n Monday
Cars I can understand but roofs are white too, but not hedges and shrubs.

Edit it’s very misty, so I’m now thinking freezing fog.
 

schmunk

"Members"
Jan 19, 2018
9,353
Mid mid mid Sussex
Snowing here in Bruges only a few flakes
Rats - I skimmed your post and thought you wrote "Snowing here in Burgess" (Hell)....

Wait Goodbye GIF by Silicon Valley
 


tedebear

Legal Alien
Jul 7, 2003
16,659
In my computer
It was a very heavy frost indeed, the more insulated the outbuilding the thicker it is...Our newly roofed workshop in BN43 was about an inch thick!! Whereas the neighbours asbestos virtually had nothing...
 


Giraffe

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Aug 8, 2005
26,374
Currently minus 4 in Findon. Chilly.
 

casbom

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Jul 24, 2007
2,579
This has been a little bonus cold snap, as generally with an El Nino winter, the colder weather is normally more common towards the end of Winter. The extremely cold weather in central/northern Europe has been historic (Munich getting 40cm of snow in 12 hours for e.g.) and it looks to stay put, which means there is always a chance that we could tap into that. It'll get milder over the next couple of weeks here but I wouldn't be surprised if something colder happens again this month.
 


casbom

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Jul 24, 2007
2,579
Anyone see any snow/sleet on the south coast Worthing/Brighton at the moment? Something is coming ashore, but what?
 

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