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Posted by sean on January 29, 2015 at 8:48 pm in Weather with No Comments


We don’t get much snow in Bath. While many parts of the country have been contending with the white stuff, we’ve avoided anything too cold and have just had lots of rain. I was therefore caught by surprise when, late in the afternoon, shortly before leaving work to go home, dark clouds descended from out of nowhere. It was like God had been angered. There was then an almighty downpour starting with rain, turning to hail, before becoming heavy snow. I was on a phone call, which couldn’t have lasted more than a couple of minutes. When the phone rang, the roads, pavements and surrounding fields were clear. Upon ending the call, everywhere was white. To add to the bizarre-o-world series of events, a lot of the snow which had settled began to disappear almost as fast as it fell. There’s still a light dusting in places and bits of slush in the road. This will naturally be more than enough to bring the whole of Bath into total carnage tomorrow morning.

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