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    Snowy here in the western Peak today. About an inch. Some people sledging.

    More forecast tomorrow. We're hoping to get out as a family, but have only one sledge. I think we'll be resorting to plastic bags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noel View Post
    Snowy here in the western Peak today. About an inch. Some people sledging.

    More forecast tomorrow. We're hoping to get out as a family, but have only one sledge. I think we'll be resorting to plastic bags.
    How long does it take to get from the summit of Shutlingsloe down to the road on a plastic bag?
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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonykay View Post
    How long does it take to get from the summit of Shutlingsloe down to the road on a plastic bag?
    Good idea. Not very long. I know the family who used to live at Shutlingsloe farm, apparently during those few snowy winters, their son would sledge down to the car at the road as the start of the school run.

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    We've had a dollop overnight
    Visibility good except in Hill Fog

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    It has even reached the lowlands of Leicestershire. Still falling, but not as heavily as earlier.

    Edit: About two minutes after I posted (when it looked as if the snow had just about stopped), the snow is coming down heavier than at any time since I woke up.
    Last edited by anthonykay; 29-12-2020 at 11:01 AM.
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    About 3" overnight so far and it's still falling consistently. Light wind so little drifting.
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    No snow in Loughborough at any time during the three Winter months (Dec/Jan/Feb); but we had snow in November, and now we have had snow in March.
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