Did The Apocalypse (ie. 40cm of snow in the SE!!!) Actually take place?
Some places, yes I imagine there is that much.
We went out riding from Farnborough last night and by 9pm parts of Cearars Camp in Aldershot had 6-8in. I got home and there was half that. This morning we have 6in at home and 9in at work in Farnham (I did measure it properly too!), so I have no doubt there's above a foot where we were last night. So 30cm+ easily I reckon, yes.Posted 8 years ago
over a foot since 17.45h last night
A measured 30cm or
"about this much >……………………………< ?"
It's possible he's got that much yes, it varies wildly within a mile or two, and it came up from the south west, so it's believeable to me anyway, sitting here with a real 9in in Farnham.Posted 8 years agosingletrackmindMember
I guess the people stranded on the A3M for 12 hours might argue that yes, the Apocalypse did arrive at 17.00 yesterday. It snowed very heavily for hours and whilst the depths were not huge the speed it came down caused ttraffic to stop very quickly.Posted 8 years ago
The Army was mobilised to the 1000 odd cars that were stuck on a 20 mile stretch of A3 from Havant to Hindhead. They could only get a few people out at a time so lots spent the night in their cars. All the feeder roads were blocked so the snow ploughs couldn't get to the A3.
On my commute this morning there were still around 50 odd cars , lorries and vans on a 15 mile stretch of the M27, abandonded on peoples commute home as the road ground to a halt.
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