Snow in October

  woodchip 22:01 20 Sep 2011
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Are you getting Ready, Get you Clearing Shovels out

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  Al94 22:03 20 Sep 2011

Worry about it if it happens

  ams4127 23:31 20 Sep 2011

It must be true....published in the Daily Express!!!

  Aitchbee 08:42 21 Sep 2011

I predict an indian summer in OCTOBER, I like to keep my tomato plants in a good mood.

  wiz-king 08:45 21 Sep 2011

That global warming for you!

  badgery 08:55 21 Sep 2011

Hmm...a travel site reporting bad weather for October, followed by ads for 'get away to the sun'.

No connection there, then!

  morddwyd 09:10 21 Sep 2011

The day before yesterday, out in the car, I pointed out to my wife that the rain on the windscreen had solids in it.

  Aitchbee 09:21 21 Sep 2011

...might have been semi-melted hailstones...

  interzone55 09:29 21 Sep 2011

We had a very light smattering of snow about 6am on Sunday, just a few flakes mixed in with a rain shower.

I've got to say though that any snow will save me about £12 a day, as I've got an agreement that I can work from home rather than trek 65 miles each way in the snow

  Al94 09:41 21 Sep 2011

Noticed yesterday that our local Homebase has a large stock of snow shovels for sale.

  Aitchbee 11:58 24 Sep 2011

I am very surprised at the relatively high temperatures predicted for the last days of September in the UK. Could it be a harbinger for next month..very cold.

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