Christmas Weather

BluWarfareHD09

Well-known Member
The last few christmas's we have had snow slightly before and after on and of(depending on where you are) just wondering what the odd's are that we will see this again this year, as it has been a weird year weather wise as it was quite hot till the end of september/ beggining of october. Some ways it would be nice but in other way's it's a pain as it makes traveling difficult. What do you guys think.
 

tonyrees687

Well-known Member
Did have snow on our decking on xmas day last year. I will say yes big snow on Dec 25 2011
 

shahedz

Distinguished Member
I hate snow. Makes it a nightmare to get into work and walk for days afterwards. However this year I thought if it does snow I may as well try and enjoy and have bought a Sled to have a laugh with - not use to get to work. At £10.99 incl delivery from ebay , i thought it was a bargain. I think it will snow this year.
 

FZR400RRSP

Banned
Not bothered if it snows at Xmas, but I'd like it to be cold at least.
If we still have this weird mild crap in Xmas day, it won't seem right.
Wrapping yourself up to go see family is part and (excuse the pun) parcel.
Not throwing on a summer jacket because it's 14 bloody degrees!
 

tonyrees687

Well-known Member
Not bothered if it snows at Xmas, but I'd like it to be cold at least.
If we still have this weird mild crap in Xmas day, it won't seem right.
Wrapping yourself up to go see family is part and (excuse the pun) parcel.
Not throwing on a summer jacket because it's 14 bloody degrees!

Remember 3 years ago had a sunny warm day for xmas. What a rip off :D
 

davepuma

Distinguished Member
If anyone knows, could they also tell me the six numbers for this weekend's lottery draw.
 

John

Moderator
There will be no major snow event this winter.
 

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