ulrich 18:09 01 Feb 09

Well we have all been warned in the South East, so how many people will be stuck tomorrow? How many will moan they wern't warned?

  MAT ALAN 18:12 01 Feb 09

Stuck in my house "who cares" stuck at work, diferent story, i am sure there will be many...

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 18:18 01 Feb 09

Can't afford to be stuck, got to get out and buy some parts for the boiler ;0)

  oresome 18:25 01 Feb 09

It wouldn't be a thermo-couple by any chance Fruit Bat?

  newman35 18:28 01 Feb 09

Not another 'British Weather' thread.

Had no rain or snow here today - I feel better getting that off my chest. Interesting...?

  ulrich 18:33 01 Feb 09

A British Peoples reaction thread.

  newman35 18:45 01 Feb 09

My post was in jest, I hope it caused no offence, as you 'closed' it pretty quick - not my intention.

  wiz-king 18:52 01 Feb 09

Oh well - got to go out in about an hour to feed the horses, dont think I will need the skis yet. Only about 2cm at the moment, but still snowing.

  AL47 20:05 01 Feb 09

well i dont want to be snowed in at work, which is looking the more likely! :o

  karmgord 20:10 01 Feb 09

I hope somebody has remembered to tell the train companies there might be snow as in the past just one flake seems to bring the country to a grinding halt.

  ulrich 20:19 01 Feb 09

I was not offended, I closed it because sometmes I forget and get a load of emails. AL47 go home.
The reason for the thread is because I can see the headlines tomorrow night, flights cancelled, trains cancelled, schools shut and thousands trapped in cars, or all that and no snow.

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