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Really is frigid out there - already -6C with a biting wind. We just recently had a snow shower that gave another good top up of our existing cover - I'm not sure how much more we've had but it's enough to reach the curb. We also have some very good drifting - it looks like March 2013.

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We are in a heatwave for now -6.5C up from -6.7C. Thankfully the winds are fairly light still.

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2 minutes ago, Craigers said:

Nice 10cm here in doncaster.

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You have cut 5cm's off the tape:rofl:

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It's still snowing in Hull. We missed out on all the earlier fun so nice to see constant blizzards out the windows

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2 minutes ago, Hope2view said:

Wondering what sausage is making of the events over the last 24 hours and more to come - update?

He's at work this evening mentioned it in an earlier post

Edited by Tinker Bell

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2 minutes ago, The PIT said:

We are in a heatwave for now -6.5C up from -6.7C. Thankfully the winds are fairly light still.

God help us if we get to -6.3 then BBQ anyone:D

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2 hours ago, terrier said:

CE3CD22F-4772-4C27-851B-C16B3058D868.thumb.jpeg.43d59b80255b187abb82048c751e0cf8.jpegonly in Yorkshire 😂

In Aberdeenshire they'd be queuing in their shorts and tees!

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This does really take me back to the 80s and 90s when it was like this for the winters we had then compared to now. Think I have radar watching itis 😂😂 Bring on the snow 

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1 minute ago, Yorkshirepudding said:

Liking the beer dude 👍

Well it's important to support local businesses :D

 

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1 minute ago, Darren Vidamour said:

This does really take me back to the 80s and 90s when it was like this for the winters we had then compared to now. Think I have radar watching itis 😂😂 Bring on the snow 

 

All we had back then was lampost watching. :D

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3 minutes ago, Allseasons-si said:

God help us if we get to -6.3 then BBQ anyone:D

I actually had a BBQ today

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shower just popped up out of no where,snowing heavy now:)

Edited by Allseasons-si

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Bit of a dry gap upcoming for Kirklees area. That stream of showers near Selby looks promising with some farms radar reflections indicating heavier bursts.

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4 minutes ago, wozafax said:

Well it's important to support local businesses :D

 

Completely agree my friend 👍 

had it myself.. 

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3 minutes ago, Bradowl said:

 

All we had back then was lampost watching. :D

About 20 of us, under one lamppost. ;)

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Streamers fizzling a little before they 'hit' here but even a light dusting through the night will be ok really. Though I do hope a few heavier streamers can get going, like the one east of Notts just now which came out of nothing much.

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8 minutes ago, Allseasons-si said:

God help us if we get to -6.3 then BBQ anyone:D

Nobody turned up

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31 minutes ago, LeeSnowFan said:

Oh thanks for the quick reply 😀😀😀 sure that will make lots happy here 😀😀😀😀

Woo hoo (I think). Depends if I’ve got to hike through it to work n back

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