Discussion in 'General' started by bixie_62, 18 Nov 2007.
It snowed here in Wisconsin on Friday
I live in Northern Aberdeenshire, Scotland. No snow here just a bit of rain.
man its still mildly warm in Florida.
it was snowing a little this morning but turned just into slush and i dont think any snow has stayed on the ground. a little too late for snow for me. i was hoping to have snow for hunting this last week but we didnt have any. usually we will have snow here already. oh well im done hunting this year so i dont care when it snows. we'll get some this week probly by end of month probly will have snow to stay.
but maybe not. one year we had no snow on the ground on Christmas Eve but in the morning it was snowing. but then again we've also had where we get huge snow storms in november.
and even once in May we had a snow/rain/sleet/lightning storm.
how warm is mildly warm? it's -11 celcius here right now, but when it hits -40 in about 2 months i will look at -11 as t-shirt weather.
i drove 5hrs to go skiing in lake louise this weekend. and last weekend. but they've got like 18 inches of snow there. it's totally worth it.
i'm still waiting to get snow here.
I love snow, but it isn't even cold enough, and...the best we got was those small balls of ice that fall out of the sky (sorry i forgot the name LOL).
Can you believe it is November, nearly December CHRISTMAS! and I am still wearing a t-shirt here in this weather, there are some chinese wearing jackets I dread to think how much they are sweating inside...
SOMEBODY PLEASE GIVE US COLD WEATHER, I might aswell throw all my jackets away in my closet *cry*
At least snow and rain can make up their minds. Hail is stuck in between.
Anyway, was anyone really surprised by this? I've been freezing my cheesecakin' arse off the last week. OK, snow in November isn't that "normal", but hey, at least the "OMG global warming is going to kill us all, CO2, carbon footprint, ZOMGBBQ!!!"-guys got a natural (hehehe) slap in the face.
It's just raining hard in London
yep raining hard in wargrave (reading), and in Reigate. too cold aswell - why can't they combine!
Global warming will make Britain and the West coast of Europe colder. The decrease in the salinity of the sea will cause the transatlantic current to fail so no more warm-er water from the Caribbean will mean we freeze.
There was about three inches of it in my garden last night. Normality has commenced today though, booo.
we're working on that... I was walking outside of the gas plant this morning, when with no warning the production line went to the flair stack. must of been a good 50ft flame. the entire area lit up with all the snow on the ground reflecting the light(wish i had a camera for it). Best part was that it was like standing infront of a hot oven. forget the -16, i had to take one of my jackets off.
Gah, the snow had melted here before I got up, and instead of getting to play in it, I had to spend 2 hours in my car stuck in traffic as people can't seem to grasp driving in sludge, damn selly Oak..
My other half lives in Smelly Oak, I'm about to set off there now, what street do you live on?
:/ I have to catch the train the manchester on wednesday I hope it dosen't mess up the times.
drifting in a lexus, that's pretty stylish
no snow here yet ....
Lol.. I haven't done the Lexus yet, but the Corolla goes sideways every Winter for sure. Much lighter and stiffer, and it has a strong handbrake.
I used to love taking my old corolla out in freezing rain/wet snow. it was 14 years old so I wasn't too concerned with it. and I would make sure that I was in a large open area before sending it into a spin. good memories.
We hit -16 today. with some light snow and fog all day.
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