Discussion in 'Coffee Shop' started by Jaws, Feb 8, 2019.
has the snow gone ?
Did you even get any snow ?
Worcestershire: pissing down and windy.
Similar here in South Midlands I blame it on Brexit
Ha...! Snow...? You're jucking foking....
I'm on the south coast, John, there's more frost in the fridge than there ever was outside.
Cold, wet and windy today. Again. Been like that for days now, with the odd period of sun.
In otherwords, a typical south coast of England winter.
Cold, wet, windy and miserable.
Loads of snow in Kent last Thursday and Friday. I was freezing my balls off on a bulk carrier discharging steel coils in Northfleet.
The weather in Cheshire is like Beaker....
Wet and windy.
Wet & windy in Peterborough. Got cold for a while but no snow.
I guess Jaws is sunning himself in Spain somewhere
Disgusting here. High winds and heavy, driving rain. Bit annoying as the windows were cleaned on Wednesday.
Had about an inch of snow last week.
Worcestershire: update, sunny and mild for February 7c wind has dropped from, "blimey", (it's on the Beaufort scale between high wind & gale), to a stiff breeze.
Sunny and Still here in Liverpool
pi$$ing and cold.
Think I'll hide in Andy's pet box
Yes mate.. but not gloating, just wanted to know
Here in Yorkshite it's been wet n windy all day!!
Sunny, cloudy, cold, 70mph winds with a bit of rain, just like a British summer.
I saw on the news something about storm Eric
Seems like it really causing havoc
Chucked it down all day again here but the forecast for the coming week is good....ironically high pressure on its way from Spain!!
Raining most of the day breezy to say the least and the gritters were out tonight !!!
Venice : a little foggy and 8 c.
Very, very jealous!!
If I may be so bold, the best restaurants are the ones Tucked down the alleys well away from The Grand Canal. Easy to spot, full of locals!!
Worth taking the vaparetto (sic) out to Murano if you have time.
Murano also foggy this morning . Sun's out now.
Indeed, the back "streets" have a good selection of eateries.