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Saturday, November 22, 2008

Snow in Berkshire?

It seems possible! This was from yesterday's Telegraph:
Last month, snow was seen in London for the first time since 1934, but brought chaos to Hertfordshire, Hampshire and Surrey.

Thousands of homes in St Albans and Hemel Hempstead lost power and hundreds of trees in Hertfordshire were brought down by the weight of snow.

Two lorries collided on the M40 in freezing conditions, killing one of the drivers and closing the carriageway, while planes were diverted from Luton airport for two hours to allow snow to be cleared from the runway.

Also, we've proof that it has snowed in Maidenhead before, though I'm unclear on how regularly this occurs :-)

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