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  1. Morning all. Thought I'd start a thread looking at weather conditions, when members "tied the knot". Did you pose for your wedding photos with lightning flashing and thunder crashing around? Or were you chilled to the bone ,with snow appearing in your photos? Or was there another extreme weather event, that accompanied proceedings? I'll go first. Colette and I were married at Sidcup Registry Office, N.W.Kent. We tried to book Valentine's Day but they were fully booked. We liked the venue a lot, so decided on the following day. Here are the archived 500 HPA and 850 HPA charts for 15th Feb, 2010: FEB.15th. 2010 As we came outside after the wedding service to pose for our wedding photo's, we had a fine flurry of snow grains, nature's own confetti. Although,as you can see Colette already enough of the "mam-made" stuff, in her hair. The temperatures were a couple of degrees above freezing and my poor bride was chilled to the bone in her thin wedding dress, bequeathed to her by her mother. Would like to hear of other members weather memories, on their "big" day. Regards, Tom.(SE12)
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