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Dry spell here at present then according to Met says heavy snow at 8 we shall see. Already a decent covering. Tomorrow looking mainly dry and bitterly cold.

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oh for gods sake Britain, give the whole country a snowfest and stop messing about will this jaffa cakesbly county hit and miss stuff.  We're not big an island for heaven's sake.

 

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Just now, snow freak said:

oh for gods sake Britain, give the whole country a snowfest and stop messing about will this jaffa cakesbly county hit and miss stuff.  We're not big an island for heaven's sake.

 

jaffa cake?  where did that come from?  i meant iffy bitty

 

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2 minutes ago, snow freak said:

jaffa cake?  where did that come from?  i meant iffy bitty

 

Haha, the old filter has got you I'll wager...

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Have had on and off snow showers here all day, with two or three been pretty intense with white out conditions. Still only a splattery dusting though. Hope for more this morning and tonight though as I've got a couple of days off work now so would be nice to have a proper covering of snow to enjoy. We'll see anyway.

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Dry for about an hour and now heavy snow again. Pavements and roads covered. Went for an evening stroll and got soaked.

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Fairly persistent and heavy for a while now. Settling quickly, might have to start using centimetres instead of millimetres for the first time this winter!

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3 minutes ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

heavy snow here! been kind of like 28th Feb today, mini blizzards, wind howling at times, white over now

Same here! Thoroughly enjoyed it! :cold:

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 moderate to heavy snow showers here on and off since the Sun went down it now settling and leaving a nice dusting well more than a dusting here I think there will be some surprises overnight for us in the West Midlands 

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Those in the s/e must be getting a right pasting that system hasn’t moved !! 

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well after light showers all day it has finally started becoming more persistent and at least we have a light covering now in northampton.

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1 minute ago, bearing said:

Settling nicely now, some pretty peppy showers. 

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Exactly what I thought, no signs of snow anywhere down in rugeley. Odd patch on the grass and roofs. Going to stay snow cover free. 

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Well bugger all here and never is ,off an easterly, however good!! Sorry. Enjoy the rest of you ❄️❄️

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3 minutes ago, bearing said:

Settling nicely now, some pretty peppy showers. 

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Ay, not bad,settled just on wet road, slippy too walking home from my Nan's, 

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Just now, Fozfoster said:

Well bugger all here and never is ,off an easterly, however good!! Sorry. Enjoy the rest of you ❄️❄️

keep the faith. i'm sure you will get something by morning

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