WED: A pretty winter scene.
Welcome to my Blog, bringing you my weather observations through North East Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, North Nottinghamshire, South Yorkshire, North Yorkshire and into the City of York during my daily commute from Melton Mowbray, by car and train.
Wednesday 20th February 2008:
A pretty winter scene.
Melton Mowbray 06:30hrs 0.8'c
Cold with low cloud in Melton Mowbray this morning with no ice on the car, but plenty still clinging to the trees and bushes.
Driving to Grantham this morning along the A607 was really good this morning. The villages of Waltham-on-the-Wolds and Croxton were all covered in a heavy frost which clung to the trees and laid on the fields and gardens.
Similar conditions witnessed on the train heading towards York. One particular stretch just to the West of Selby was so white over; it could/was a covering of snow?
On arrival into York it's cold with frost still on the trees by the River Ouse.
Temperature at 06:30 was 0.8'C, lowest recorded overnight temperature minus 1.4'C.
Tomorrow; Much milder, goodbye to winter?
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