29 October 2005

First Snow of the Season!

A little early, and rather wet and sticky, and for sure it won't stay, but exciting nonetheless!


At Sunday, October 30, 2005 7:19:00 AM, Anonymous Sharon said...

Whereas here they're talking about the hottest October on record in the UK, apparently. It's been literally like summer weather some days this week: temperatures of over 20C (about 70F) recorded in some places. Completely bizarre.

At Sunday, October 30, 2005 11:24:00 PM, Blogger air said...

I always remember the one snow we got while I was studying in the UK. Asides all the people falling over on their bikes, I enjoyed seeing everyone attempt to build snowmen with about an inch of snow. I take it snow on the ground wasn't that common. Unfortunately it looks like I'll have to expect plenty of it in Ann Arbor. And without a mountain to ski down in sight too!

At Tuesday, November 01, 2005 7:16:00 AM, Anonymous Sharon said...

Depends where you are in the UK... But it's fair to say that in most of the lowland south and around the coasts it doesn't fall very often - once or twice a year at most - and it doesn't stay around very long. So the kids have to try to make the most of it. Plus, very small amounts of snow can wreak havoc out of all proportion.


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