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Lovely day today....12 degrees at midday. Sunshine and hardly any wind.
Rainjustlearning

Zoomer you won't need your Sno Trax out there will you 

Wall to wall sunshine here but very very cold hasn't got much above 3c my side of The Styx today in fact this morning it was a total white out with ground frost which in the shade just didn't shift at all

Matty2

Best way of describing today is murky. Late last night there was a frost, no sign of it this morning, just damp and murky

Plaesed I did loads of gardening yesterday

Lovetogarden

Nr Lincoln.

Lovely morning here after a frosty, misty start.

Felt rather chilly when I walked round the garden, but lots of bulbs appearing, hellebore in bloom,lovely maroon flowers,witch hazel looking good, aconites and various bits of interest if you look closely.

Chris

Stockton, nothing to write home about.

Frank.

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jo4eyes

After the fog of yesterday it's trying to brighten up out there.

Only about3-4C outside, so apart from feeding the birds & removing rubbish from the, empty of plants, greenhouse, am keeping busy inside. J.

Damp and chilly in this part of the NW today with frost in the air tonight.

Might need sno trax here, there's still chance of snow, before the weather gets warmer, Rain.  

Rainjustlearning

Just been on Sky News there is indeed snow on the way starting over the weekend with temps droppind dow to -5c over the next few nights,  been drismal here today,  dark,  damp and  dismal 

Stockton, low cloud and rain, no frost, not cold just dark.

Frank.

jo4eyes

Damp again, trying to brighten up. About 2-3C only at the mo.

Off out to clean up greenhouse! J.

Matty2

Bright and sunny, cold though. Will be out preparing for the wWEATHER later

. Last night they actually mentioned Malvern Hills on the national forecast as a snow risk

Alina W

N Yorks - lovely and sunny yesterday.

Today, slightly foggy and very chilly, with snow flurries forecast for the next few days - that'll slow the bulbs down.

Rainjustlearning

Pea souper of a fog through the night but no frost this morning but it's still very drismal 

Colder today and bright sunshine. Forcast for weekend is snow. Such fun!!!!!

Matty2

Damp, murky again very cold with gusts of wind. Lights have not been off yet

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Sunny, quite warm. Showers earlier. Looks lovely for taki g dog to the beach

We are right under a weather front fighting it out above us in Stockton. The coastal side is fair and bright the inland side dull and wet, it is sunshine and showers alternating as the front moves.
I think I will just got to the Beach with my wind break umbrella and hot water bottle.

Frank.

Alan4711

Gail force god knows winds ,our shed is well tied down or it would be in the field next to  the allotment, and that's not joking, there's funny looking tall mounds of compost standing all around like dark soily snowmen because there  compost bins are all blowing across the field  again, and another shed roof is looking a bit ominous iv just leaned 2 scaffold planks against it hopefully to stop it blowing over,the allotments  are all now just wet boggy cold sorry looking battle sites, its us against the weather at the moment down here in South Wales and maybe snow on the way  apart from that I'm the only one up here and the only  sounds are  the birds the wind and the kettle whistling and i love it  what do they say onwards and upwards milk and one sugar coming ,a pint tonight  and start clearing the allotment up tommorrow if weathers ok

 cant beat it can you

"Can't beat it can you" My Father used to say that after sitting on a wet river bank all day in the cold to catch a few brown trout, I never understood it Alan4711, I would think it dedication to ones interest or hobby.
South Wales must have shown me its pleasant face whilst stationed at Bridgend with nice days in Porthcawl with the local girls or dancing in Port Talbot, the weather seemed always good.
Dig the garden over in Autumn then let winter do its work, no help needed from us until the first awakenings of Spring then the saying goes "spring into action" that is how it is for me.
Getting very cold now in the North East still I am not dashing off to the local hop as was once the case, watch TV with a beer and think about seed sowing next month.

Frank.

A nice Winters day here in this part of the NW. The sun was low though, which made it difficult driving.

The garden was dug over on October with heaps of muck and leaf compost, so not much going on there at present.

There were alot of walkers out in the Trough of Bowland today, probably due to the mild weather, if the weather stays the same tomorrow I'm threatening to go out on the bike