Who has snow?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by EIBB_Ray, Dec 5, 2003.

  1. EIBB_Ray

    EIBB_Ray Member

    We just got our first measurable snow of the year overnight - about 3 inches. Anybody else want to brag (or complain?)
  2. Di

    Di Active Member

    Ooohh, I wish. I love a good "snow in". An' its sooo pretty when everthing is nice and white. Bl***y cold though! :lol:
  3. Lothianh

    Lothianh Member

    We were supposed to get some here in Chicago overnight, but it never really got cold enough so all we got was rain. :-(

    I'd rather it snowed. And yes, you can throw that back in my face sometime in January when we're digging out from some 15-inch blizzard! :)

  4. leisa

    leisa Active Member

    awwww i love snow we always get it in jan but only the type thats really thin then goes mushy :cry:
  5. bigmamabadger

    bigmamabadger Active Member

    I don't think it snows officially in the North West. I've been here for 8 years now and haven't seen a decent snowdrift.
    Not like the snows we used to get back in the old country. Them were the days, arrr, and the snow was colder and more whiter and you young'uns dunna know yer borrrrnn.

    Sorry, slipped into some kind of aged crone routine there, must be my time of life. 7 p.m. on a Friday without, as yet, a drink in my hand. Off to get one.
  6. Moy

    Moy Active Member

    Even up here in the so called frozen north...no snow.
    I teach out Royal Deeside and even there no snow.
    Not missed a day off school yet and that is unusual.
    It will probably come in Jan or even Feb this time.
  7. John Brooks

    John Brooks Well-Known Member

    We've had a couple of storms that made driving a challenge to say the least but there's not much left on the fields. We are just missing an apparently massive snow storm on the U.S. East Coast; as the weather man said "It's staying south of the Great Lakes" and I have no problem with that at all! There'll be more than enough before long.
  8. lynchie

    lynchie Active Member

    aww, i was hopin when i moved north i'd get some snow!! stupid bloody manchester!
  9. Okiedokie of Oz

    Okiedokie of Oz Active Member

    Rub it in, why don't yas???

    It's Summer, it's 32 degrees, it's humid....

    And even if it were winter, we're too far north for snow.

    FYI, 100 KM south of the Tropic of Capricorn.
  10. Moy

    Moy Active Member

    and who's jealous of who? :wink:
  11. ploughboy

    ploughboy Active Member

    Speaking of snow . .

    Has anyone seen mine, I saved some from last year, I swear I left it in the hall, but it's not there!!!! I think someone's nicked it!!!!!!!! :cry:
  12. flashbarry

    flashbarry Member

    Snow? what's that?

    It has really cooled down here too, now 28 degrees. We haven't had any snow but some condensation on the car!!!

    If we feel homesick at Christmas we just sit in front of the fridge and listen to the floral dance!!

    Merry Christmas!
  13. Okiedokie of Oz

    Okiedokie of Oz Active Member

    Well, I'm open to trade :wink:
  14. Big Twigge

    Big Twigge Active Member

    We could have the first tMP band swap....2 people swap bands (and countries) for a week or so, see what happens!
  15. Seedhouse

    Seedhouse Active Member

    No snow here.... :cry: :cry: :cry:
  16. groovy

    groovy Active Member

    It snowed one day in October, but it didn't lie. :cry: We had brilliant snow a couple of years ago - feet deep. :D
  17. Trom41821

    Trom41821 Member

    I´m on holiday in Spain! and we had snow. I bet it´s been raining in Britain the whole time I´ve been away! :(
  18. MoominDave

    MoominDave Well-Known Member

    We had some good snow in 1982. Since then, barely a sausage...

  19. Okiedokie of Oz

    Okiedokie of Oz Active Member

    Well, if we hurry up and do it, I get out of Carols by Candlelight!!!!!!
  20. EIBB_Ray

    EIBB_Ray Member

    I'm up for it and am sure I can get someone else from EIBB to go, who wants to come to Iowa? Suggest a springtime swap, Jan/Feb in Iowa can be -15 to -25 degress (sometimes for the highs).

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