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    Quote Originally Posted by amati74(Artur) View Post
    It was a snowstorm in the morning, but it was beautiful.
    Ah, a fellow man with taste who also loves the snow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Ah, a fellow man with taste who also loves the snow!

    Marco.

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    Same here! And less folk would get stuck in the snow, and there would be less traffic chaos on motorways, if they heeded the severe weather warnings, which aren't given out for the good of the weather announcer's health, before driving their cars on the road!!

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    Blizzard conditions from late afternoon and well into the night here. This morning freezing rain making every surface glazed with ice.

    It's impossible to get out as it's far too dangerous, for me anyway, in these sort of severe conditions.

    It's bloody horrible with the wind making it feel a lot colder than the air temperature.

    Don't like it one bit!
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    The wind is killer today. Could blow you off your feet.
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    Our factory is shut as all routes are now impassable. They should have shut it earlier but oh no let's wait till it gets really bad! Folk had to abandon cars and some had to be towed out of snow drifts. All because the management could not make the right decision! Today even the A41 is shut by huge snow drifts with snow blowing off the fields.

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    had worst of the wind last night, but is still blowing a fair bit, mostly in gusts. The amber alert is still on but dropping soon to yellow.
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    We're still snowed in here too . Problem is that it looks like staying at around zero degrees here , so no thaw on the cards anytime soon .
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    Collected Mrs. B last night and got within half a mile of our house before getting stuck in a snowdrift right across the road. We had to abandon the car and walk home. It took a Discovery with a tow rope and a tractor with a snowplough to get it moving again this morning!

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