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Cold spell of November/December 2010
« on: Nov 26, 2010, 13:02 »
25th Nov   Snow cover at 0900hrs. 2" in Ferryhill, 5-6" in Newcastle.
26th Nov   Snow cover continuing. Brighter, with improvement in road conditions
27th Nov.  Snow cover holding. Several further snow showers today
28th Nov.  Some more snow overnight. Hard frost. -17.3C in Llandryndodd Wells in Wales overnight
29th Nov.  4" more snow overnight. Slight thaw. Frequent showers of hail, sleet and snow. Thunder too!
30th Nov.  Snow cover persisting. Frequent snow showers. Strong E wind. Cold
1st Dec.    More snow overnight. Another 1-2". -20c at Atnaharra last night
2nd Dec    Frequent snow showers from the East. Cold again. Another 3" of snow falling
3rd Dec.    Very cold morning. New record for December at Ferryhill (-8.6). Snow showers dying out but deep snow cover remains. Ice day.
4th Dec.    Still deep snow cover (15"). Shallow freezing fog.
5th Dec.    Snow cover persisting. Very cold later.
6th Dec.    Very cold morning again (-7.8). 12 days of snow cover now. Ice day
7th Dec.    Snow cover becoming icy. Spell of light snow early morning. Cold. Ice day
8th Dec.    Sunny, bright day. Ice day.
9th Dec.    Temp returns above zero. Thaw is beginning, but still snow lying @ 0900.
10th Dec.   Substantial thawing of lying snow, but still >50% lying at 0900.
11th Dec.   Thaw continuing.  Probably last day with >50% cover. 6.8 degC is highest since 20th Nov.
12th Dec.   Milder and drizzly rain. Majority of snow melted, except in sheltered areas.

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