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It's snowing in Haverhill, what's it like in Cambridge.

Published by bigmal at 12:43am on Fri 15th January 2016. Viewed 3,147 times.

Nicer and less grotty than Haverhill

Published by Priority 23 at 8:55am on Fri 15th January 2016.

We had a bit of snow in Ely yesterday too. Not enough of it to settle, but there was quite a bit of it in the air - none of this pathetic "Oh look, a snowflake!" stuff that we so often get around here.

Published by Wrongfellow at 12:08pm on Fri 15th January 2016.

I went to Milton Keynes on Sunday. As soon as the bus got past Madingley I started seeing a bit of snow here and there; at MK it was about two inches deep.

Published by John Techno at 11:29pm on Wed 20th January 2016.

Its sunny in Haverhill today , and its no less shitty than Cambridge.

Published by DeathProof Promotion at 12:48pm on Thu 28th January 2016.

More snow in the Isle... and it's settling, too. Hopefully the world will look all white tomorrow.

Published by Wrongfellow at 11:12pm on Sun 14th February 2016.

I thought we were going to get some here earlier, but it just rained. :-(

Published by John Techno at 8:09pm on Mon 15th February 2016.

heaved it down in Haverhill.

Published by bigmal at 12:23am on Sun 21st February 2016.

Today's snow is the kind that's partially melted and then refrozen on the way down, making it a bit painful.

I pity the guy outside who's trying to build a fence.

Published by Wrongfellow at 12:54pm on Wed 2nd March 2016.


Speaking of fences...

Published by John Techno at 2:09pm on Wed 2nd March 2016.

why do so many people pull a duckface in a selfie, is it attractive?

Published by foolscap (not active) at 7:06pm on Wed 2nd March 2016.

It snowed quite heavily in Cambourne for about 20 minutes yesterday. Sadly it didn't settle and there wasn't a squeak of it in Cambridge. Disappointing.

Published by Silent Rob at 12:55pm on Thu 3rd March 2016.

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