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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Friday, 03 December 2010

Yup another episode of freezing weather swept across the UK - this time from Eastern parts (Russia, Scandinavia, East Europe etc) - which resulted in heavy snowfall that hit the majority of the UK.

It started with light snow showers in the afternoon on Tuesday, 30th November, but nothing much settled - we woke up on Wednesday, 1st December, and significant volumes (about 10cm) had fallen and settled - so I decided not to venture out and to WFH!

The snow continued lightly at first, but got progressively worse during Wednesday, and there were rumours of significant snowfall overnight. After coming home from a meal with a friend during Wednesday night, the snow flakes were larger and heavier than during the day, and I sensed it was going to be "interesting" overnight.

I woke up and another 20-25cm had fallen - resulted in about a foot and half of snow fallen in parts of the surrounding area - and meaning I was well and truly snowed in.

Methinks a WFH day was expected. Snow stopped falling on Thursday late-morning, so I decided to make an attempt to clear the snow - from the car and drive way, as I didn't want the snow to freeze and become ice overnight. Luckily I had a small supply of sand too - which I brushed around to make the thawing easier :)

Another like dusting came down over night on Thursday night, but by Friday it had stopped - and in fact, turned out to be a rather sunny (albeit really cold) day!

In any case, the car and drive were clear - just hoped it clears soon, as want to hit the roads and hopefully go to work early next week!


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