Have you had any? None here, not a flurry, not a flake. Well, it tried on Tuesday for a whole 30 seconds & we've had some hailstones but as hailstones are just as likely to occur in June as December, they don't count....
So why the bleeding nora have I seen a snowplough today? Two in fact (although I suppose it could have been the same one coming back....) Do we really need a snowplough for rain & wind?
(And that's a point - why has there been hardly any wind on the school run, including a stretch of road known as Windy Hill - EXCEPT for my village? Driving out of the village & the car's being blown around. By the time I got to the next village (a whole 3 minutes away!) it had died down.... Same on the way back - once I started getting into the village the wind was back. Strange... But then we are at the top of a hill I suppose...)
Anyway - snow... are the council just panicking about the prospect of snow or are we in for a hard winter?
What do you think?