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General Chat Thread, Will or won't it snow? in General; Originally Posted by stevenwba Lee your not too far from me, and your right, didnt think it would but pretty ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenwba View Post
    Lee your not too far from me, and your right, didnt think it would but pretty sure were gonna get some snow, should be a good drive home, 20mph lol!
    Yeah, I actually work in Walsall which is closer still If it does snow I only live 4 miles away so I should make it home ok

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    It is cold in Birmingham but not cold enough for it to stick. I think it'll just turn to slush.

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    I hope it does, will be nice to have some just before or through christmas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee91 View Post
    It's on the brink of snowing, I can feel it

    You peeing in the fridge again?



    Just rang home - no snow in Wolverhampton yet either

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan-d View Post
    You peeing in the fridge again?



    Just rang home - no snow in Wolverhampton yet either
    *Looks down* This isn't good

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    Quite warm here - raining as per usual

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    its cold here in lancaster but i doubt it will snow heysham power station does its best to melt all the snow before it lands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcath View Post
    its cold here in lancaster but i doubt it will snow heysham power station does its best to melt all the snow before it lands.
    When I was at Lancaster Uni - nearly 25 years ago - I remember being put off driving back to Lancaster by heavy snow at home in North Yorkshire.

    In the days before 'tinternet, I rang the uni to ask what the snow was like... "What snow?" was the reply.

    Sure enough, while the drive from Harrogate to Leeds was hell (I decided the M62 was a better bet than going over the top through Skipton), a few miles from Leeds, the snow cleared and it rained all the way to Lancaster.

    I remember a lot of rain in Lancaster in the 3 years I was there. I swear it didn't stop at all for the entire first term! It was much drier and colder in Yorkshire.

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    I really hope it doesn't snow anytime soon, got a baby on the way any day

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    The last "snow day" came by suprise, we didn't expect that much, so we may be suprised

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    well it didnt snow, and now we;re all sitting at work

    only 3 days left

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    Hmmm I'm in brum and it looks suspiciously like snow. The forecast says it will anyway, but as they're usually wrong i'm not sure.

    Fingers crossed for today

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    I was watching the BBC news channel yesterday afternoon, and I could have sworn the weatherman said -10 for the North-East!!!!!!!!!!

    By the evening though, they had calmed down a bit.

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    on the bbc;s websites, its saying -5 here on friday night with snow showers, great, snow just after we finish

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    Quote Originally Posted by elsiegee40 View Post
    When I was at Lancaster Uni - nearly 25 years ago - I remember being put off driving back to Lancaster by heavy snow at home in North Yorkshire.

    In the days before 'tinternet, I rang the uni to ask what the snow was like... "What snow?" was the reply.

    Sure enough, while the drive from Harrogate to Leeds was hell (I decided the M62 was a better bet than going over the top through Skipton), a few miles from Leeds, the snow cleared and it rained all the way to Lancaster.

    I remember a lot of rain in Lancaster in the 3 years I was there. I swear it didn't stop at all for the entire first term! It was much drier and colder in Yorkshire.
    Good old Lancaster and its rain Its like a localised monsoon season, which lasts all year. That's my experience when I was at uni there anyway.

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