Posted by sean on December 5, 2006 at 9:49 am in Life In Bath, Weather with No Comments


We’re now well into December, and according to the scenic calendar I have on the office wall, the whole of England should be covered in a thick blanket of snow. Why is it then that for the past… well as long as I can remember, that the weather in Bath has been pretty damn shit. When it’s not grey and drizzling, it’s absolutely pissing it down like a South American rainforest?

The Eco-Warriors amongst us would point the finger of blame heavily at global warming and how we are all destroying the beautiful planet we live in. Why is it then that we are not experiencing any of the extreme weather conditions we keep hearing so much about? I’m all for Mediterranean style summers and winters to rivals those of the Antarctic. I quite like the idea of having a set of pet penguins and encaging a mad polar bear in my back garden.

On a final note, if you are the bus driver in Bath who was driving up Combe Park at around 7:45 this morning; may I suggest taking some driving lesions? In wet weather, it is advisable not to plough your vehicle through all the puddles on the roadside, splashing any poor sod that happens to be walking up the pavement. If however, you did it on purpose, Hahaha – NOT. In the words of Don Logan “I hope this crashes!”

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