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Snow in October?

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It must be true, Facebook says so...

 

What do we think? Any bets?

 

Will we have snow this time next month or is it just the usual scaremongering?

 

I'm getting my wellies and a hat ready just in case!

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Actually I have got used to this game now and always book for the Caribbean first week of December to get away from the cold and the build up - Ventura AGAIN 6th December - wish Azura was going nearer to the time - fancy a change!

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I don't think we have had a bad summer, but it would be nice to get a few more weeks of warmer weather before we get the dreaded snow fall.  Lets be honest we don't cope with snow that well every thing shuts down :(

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I know it has been given for October but, local weather for were I am in the middlands has predicted around the 15 November (Yes our local weather man is that good).  So shovel back in the boot of my car & my winter survival kit just in case.  :blink:

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I think it all depends what tv station you watch!

I hear we are having arctic weather then the day after the same forcast says dry and mild!!!!!

i don't think they really have any idea!!!!!!!!!!!!

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