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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    Woke up to lots of snow them it melted and now its sunny.
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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    ...this much here but gone by 12, as good as.

    Quote Originally Posted by pauldarkside View Post
    A few minutes of heavy downfall and it's stopped
    lives on Cornish Riviera but quite likes snow....
    Last edited by sammyc; 06-04-2008 at 03:20 PM.

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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    We had about an inch or so here in Bristol this morning, didn't last long (of course). It snowed for a good while, but was having trouble settling.

    Note that I am far too nocturnal to have actually witnessed ny of this, and it instead comes from a reliable source (parents )

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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    it was snowing quite heavily this morning at around 11-ish
    but didn't lay at all, maybe a slight white dusting on the top of cars and stuff, no snow-men though

    that's North-West England btw..

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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    woke up at 2.30pm so missed it all

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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    Quote Originally Posted by tigerboyce View Post
    woke up at 2.30pm so missed it all
    early bird catches the worm and all that..

    anyone get any serious snow?
    over 5 inches..

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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    what is this snow you lot keep mentioning?, i have never heard of it. i vauguely remember some white fluffy stuff falling when i was a little baby, but haven't seen any since. I think its something to do with the weather systems either going up the river ribble or down the mersey. meaning all weather of any sort seems to bypass my house... it is a bit cold though.

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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    Just begun snowing in Rochdale.

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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    Only got about half and inch up in Liverpool :s

    what happened to the days of getting 1 foot and not being able to go to school

    Good times

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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    Quote Originally Posted by Monks View Post
    what happened to the days of getting 1 foot and not being able to go to school

    Good times
    I remember that at least in secondary school (seems like a lifetime ago now) - seemed to happen every year too. Now when we (rarely) get it, it's the arse end of winter when it's supposed to be warming up.
    My only concern is should I hide my true identity? A costume maybe?

    0iD: Plus weeing in it every now & again does it good
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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?



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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    @Salazaar: very pretty - nothing anywhere near that much snow here infortunately - that just looks so crisp. You couldn't even tell it's snowed here now.
    My only concern is should I hide my true identity? A costume maybe?

    0iD: Plus weeing in it every now & again does it good
    scaryjim: 10" is just a little large to hold comfortably in one hand, which makes it a lot harder to tap, swipe and generally interact with.

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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    Quote Originally Posted by matty-hodgson View Post
    anyone get any serious snow?
    over 5 inches..
    Had about 4 inches here (Kent) has been snowing all day and has only just stopped so it is all still here. Couldn't believe it when I woke up to it this morning, especially as we didn't get in till about 3am and there was no sign of snow at that point.

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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    Quote Originally Posted by 99Flake View Post
    Had about 4 inches here (Kent) has been snowing all day and has only just stopped so it is all still here. Couldn't believe it when I woke up to it this morning, especially as we didn't get in till about 3am and there was no sign of snow at that point.
    Yes, same here...

    Didn't believe my eyes (I think I thought I was still drunk) so went back to sleep and checked later, it was still there

    Was snowing on the way home half an hour ago, not sticking though (which is good)

    there are some smutty jokes to be had too... but I'll refrain tonight, used up my quota last night!

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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    ITS SNOWING AGAIN


    Im off out for late night snowball fight lol

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    Re: What can you see outside you window this morning?

    Quote Originally Posted by tigerboyce View Post
    ITS SNOWING AGAIN


    Im off out for late night snowball fight lol
    i still have no snow

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