It's snowing lol . Now who was that, that said its going to snow lol where is a weather man when you want one . and more to come yet.
Ok i see water shortages very hot summer may be new record ? roll on wither lol.
Oh I'll believe it's snowing all right.
We had a cracker of a storm here last night, with power dips and blizzards. The other side of Norn Iron got it even worse, with people being emergency-lifted from some higher roads. There were widespread powercuts and flooding in Belfast. I brought my waterproof trousers with me this morning in case I needed them. I could have done with them more yesterday though.
Calmer tonight thankfully.
Thanks guys x
We got through unscathed compared to other parts. We had power dips, howling gales, and torrential rain that turned to snow drifts. But the most damage we had round us was bins blown away, for sale signs down and plants blown over. There were power cables down a few miles away and we could see them sparking in the sky. And a workmate had to be rescued after he got snowed in in his car on top of the Glenshane Pass. Him and a couple of hundred other travellers.
Needless to say I had the candles, matches, wind-up torch, filled flask and blankets at the ready!
We had a glorious few days and then followed by some soft spring rains, it is shining at the moment but looks like it could rain but joy of joy our snow has nearly all gone now. Feeling sorry for you folks caught in the storms - hope it is not coming our way though
I think the weather will just get worse so ill take the winter insted of the summer its to hot.
Another beautiful morning so it looks like we might venture into the top half of our garden as that has been snow free for the longest. I did look to see what had survived the winter and my majoram defintely has, sage possibly, thyme some plants did and I think some succumbed and I think I may have lost all my lavender despite being very diligent and getting them covered with branches from fir trees early on to protect from frost. Oh well! It was a harsh winter as the temperatures dipped really low too early before there was enough snow to give them a good protective covering.
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