Snow!

In England, in April!

A gift we sent to you a few days ago.

N O R E T U R N S ! :slight_smile:

Nice yard.

& rain & hail & wind & freezing & you name it, we've seen it all today over here in the Netherlands.

Thanks Larry, with friends like you..

We (Greater London) had some blowing in the wind mid to late afternoon, but nothing settled.
Not surprised - the air temperature was well above freezing (sound 6 to 8 degrees)

Warm and sunny here in the Boston area, winds from the South are keeping the cold Canadian air from sinking down over us. But, we've had snow later in the year than this, so strange things can happen!

The odd thing is, this time last week, it was shirt-sleeves 24 degrees.

CrossRoads:
Warm and sunny here in the Boston area, winds from the South are keeping the cold Canadian air from sinking down over us. But, we've had snow later in the year than this, so strange things can happen!

:o

“ keeping the cold Canadian”

———> keeping the cold Alaskan

There is a lot more Canada above Boston than there is Alaska :grin:

Look at these Averages for my area in April:
I don't think it'll happen this year, has been too warm, 50-60F during the daytime. But you never know ...

CrossRoads:
There is a lot more Canada above Boston than there is Alaska :grin:

Well, let’s agree the cold comes from Russia :roll_eyes:

The cold comes from the expansion of the Universe!

Hi,
Why are you Americans using our SI units??
cm of snow, in USA, isn’t that treason to use any SI!!! :smile:

Tom… :smiley: :+1: :coffee: :australia:

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omg, when will be spring already?

Maybe it is finally time to get rid of imperial system. :grinning:
Metric system rocks!!!

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Guess what we are sending you guys down east (North America).

Notice the flag on the putting green.

Yes, we had a couple of flurries here Thursday.

No measurable amount on the ground tho. And today it was 70F (and whatever that works out to in metric, lets see 100 x 9/5 + 32, so 70 - 32 * 5/9?

Still pretty windy tho, hoping that calms down soon.

21.111C, that would be a nice Autumn day here downunder.
The next couple of days…

Tom… :grinning: :+1: :coffee: :australia:

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