Sick of the incessant snow updates
It was shorts and t shirts weather a little further east.
Very nearly double figures.
Of course, the midge will be along soon enoughPosted 7 years ago
meh, they were out on the slow, hot climb back up…Posted 7 years ago
I woke up to a white tent this morning – chuffing chilly and windy 🙁Posted 7 years ago
Still, last sledge of the year at the top 8)
Well, summers over. I wonder when the first snow will fall..?Posted 7 years ago
on a hill, probably. my guess is just maybe, “Canada”Posted 7 years ago
Nothing here yet.Posted 7 years ago
cant wait 😀Posted 7 years ago
Forecast here is showing the possibility of snow over 2300m next Saturday, which is the peak of the highest local mountains.Posted 7 years ago
workmate has just left on a 4 week backpacking adventure round peru and bolivia, she was nervous enough as it was!Posted 7 years ago
workmate has just left on a 4 week backpacking adventure round peru and bolivia, she was nervous enough as it was!
Oops! Hope she packed some warm clothing!Posted 7 years ago
There’s still a bit on the Gorm, and some forecast for the weekend, best get the board waxed 🙂
I suppose now is the time to get my ice spikers for winterPosted 7 years ago
Spent all weekend skiing here 🙂
(Canterbury)Posted 7 years ago
There was a slightly chilly wind today in peebles. I put a fleece on. But then had to take it off when I started riding. So I might put the snowproxes on later.Posted 7 years ago
A bit nippy first thing this morning, can’t be long now…Posted 7 years ago
Last couple of days I’ve been putting a wool Pendleton shirt on over my teeshirt, so it’s definitely getting nippy!
Really getting nippy in the Southern Hemisphere, mind:
The Peruvian government has extended to nine more regions a state of emergency called to cope with unusually cold weather and heavy snowfall.
At least two people have died and 33,000 others have been affected by the cold spell, local officials say.
Tens of thousands of animals have frozen to death over the past week.
President Ollanta Humala has travelled to Apurimac, one of the worst-hit areas, to oversee the distribution of emergency aid.
The state of emergency would be in place for 20 days, an official statement said.
The heaviest snow fall to hit Peru in a decade has killed tens of thousands of llamas, alpacas, cattle and sheep, and left farmers destitute.
A man died when the roof of his hut caved in under the weight of the snow in southern Carabaya province but the circumstances of the second death were unclear.
Three people were rescued on Saturday from the same region after their home was cut off by snow.
Rescue workers said the three, two girls and an elderly woman, were suffering from frostbite and snow blindness.
The cold front has also hit Peru’s south-eastern neighbour, Bolivia, and Paraguay, where a combined total of five people have died.Posted 7 years ago
Back last night from that Cornwall place, deepest Derbyshire feels somewhat nippy!Posted 7 years ago
I’ve been putting a wool Pendleton shirt on over my teeshirt,
I dread it getting properly cold in case it means you slipping a pendleton jacket over your pendleton shirt
Posted 7 years ago
Skins under layer for me yesterday, first time since before Easter. Weather is certainly on the turn. We may get some warm days but the nights will be a tad nippyPosted 7 years ago
Jesus bloody weptPosted 7 years ago
Cold this morning, no snow tho. 😉Posted 7 years ago
@maccruiskeen 😆Posted 7 years ago
Those are ghastly! My shirt’s a western style in a blue-green check, very understated.
Just had another look at those jackets, I’m just going to find the bottle of eye bleach…
for piemonsterPosted 7 years ago
SNOW!!!!! ****ing YES!!
(not settling, flickering between sleet & snow and I don’t think there will be any transport cancellations)
(BD11)Posted 7 years ago
Drig? wow. peeing it down here (BD17)Posted 7 years ago
Yup Drig; inferior BD postcode, but we’ve got the white stuff (just) 😉Posted 7 years ago
Bd23. Pissing it down!Posted 7 years ago
bearnecessities,you sure it’s not dandruff?Posted 7 years ago
bearnecessities,you sure it’s not dandruff?
God dandruff? How very dare you. We all know The Lord uses H&S.
Plus, it’s turned into pissy rain now.
Still, my snow shovel and grit is now on standby to clear driveways of elderly neighbours; only productive thing I do all year!Posted 7 years ago
I wonder what it’s like up in Queensbury. would normally be band practice tonight but we switched to Monday this weekPosted 7 years ago
Sleet in Brierley Bonk earlierPosted 7 years ago
Snowmageddon will arrive on thursday!!!Posted 6 years ago
Get the bread and milk cleared off the shelves now before theres none left.
Snowmageddon will arrive on thursday!!!
will arrive where exactly? Is this another waily excess prediction?Posted 6 years ago
UK Outlook for Thursday 5 Dec 2013 to Saturday 14 Dec 2013:
A band of rain will spread southwards during Thursday, giving snow over high ground in Scotland and northern England. Clearer, colder and windy conditions will follow from the northwest with showers, these falling as snow from northern England northwards. Showers may turn wintry in the south later on Thursday and during Friday but the south and southwest should see the driest weather. Temperatures are likely to be below normal and feel colder still in the wind. Little change is expected during the weekend, with unsettled and cold weather continuing, and snow for northern Britain in particular. Thereafter, milder conditions are likely to spread from the west across much of the UK, with some more settled weather over the south.
Updated: 1155 on Sat 30 Nov 2013
Basically its going to get colder later in the week with some snow for scotland and N England. I think the strong N wind will be making it feel much colder. Get yer Merino pants and vests washed 😉Posted 6 years ago
so that’s > 5 days away? check again on WednesdayPosted 6 years ago
I prefer to spread fear about the impending ice age of the desperate Northern parts of the countryPosted 6 years ago
Get yer Merino pants and vests washed
What’s the point of merino if you go and wash them.Posted 6 years ago
Oh dear, I might have to pack a jacket then as in london from Sunday. Brrrrrrr. 23 here today.Posted 6 years ago
Frosty here this morning, cracked open the milk and sugar and put some in my mug of tea.Posted 6 years ago
during Thursday, giving snow over high ground in Scotland
Didn’t I just choose the afternoon I need to get over the Rest and be thankful to Inveraray?Posted 6 years ago
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