Sunday Memories

I was having a sort out of my hard drive and I came across this video of The Beast from the East 2018. It makes me shiver just watching it! Hope you like it.

Much of winter 2018 was generally mild but things changed dramatically during the last week of February as the UK experienced a prolonged cold snap, with widespread heavy snow. It lasted for 10 days, and was compounded by the arrival of Storm Emma.

The cold started to set in on 22 February and in the days that followed, temperatures steadily dropped with sharp overnight frosts. 

By 27th February, the temperature dropped to -11.7C overnight and many areas stayed below freezing all day. As lying snow covered much of the country many schools had to close for several days.

To read more of this article visit BBC website.

Spring Snow II

Well, this has been a cold week; jumpers and hats back out of the cupboard! […]

Spring Snow

Well, this has been a cold week; jumpers and hats back out of the cupboard! […]

Snow Day

Omg we have snow! Watch my short video with Z cat watching the snow!  

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4 thoughts on “Sunday Memories

  1. Oh yes, I remember the Beast from the East! It didn’t hit us too hard in London (mainly just very cold) but I saw the news coverage from the rest of the country and shivered all the more πŸ₯Άβ„

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