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The first ICE of the winter!

Uploaded by: sandiquiz

Tuesday March 4, 2014

Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

Caption: This morning we had the first real ice of the winter, with temperatures down below freezing. It seemed strange having to defrost the car before I could use it! What a strange winter we all are having - we have one

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6. FormerAussie
1:46 PM GMT on March 05, 2014
Some of the lower parts of Cumbria have had no air frost at all - very unusual. On the fells, there's been a full snow cover for weeks, and around the ski tow at Raise, a couple of thousand feet up near Helvellyn, it drifted fifteen feet deep.
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5. Proserpina
8:45 AM GMT on March 05, 2014
I guess frozen water is better than flooding water. I really do not know the answer. Congrats on the VIP on this photo.
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4. Jakeof
5:39 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
You are so right Sandi, the oddest winter I have known, I can count the number of frosts we have had on one hand, and on the otherhand is a very large bucket
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3. sandiquiz
4:01 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Hi Shirley, thanks for that... and I never knew it made the VIP gallery!

Andre - thanks, and yes, cool!! lol
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2. WeatherWise
3:51 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Great shot, Sandi! Congratulations on VIP weather shot!
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1. Andrebrooks
2:33 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
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Retired teacher of Technology who relaxes, (whenever possible), by walking in the beautiful English countryside. Own a Canon 450D with the 18-55mm and 55-250mm lenses and the Panasonic Super Zoom FZ150, (which is brilliant.) This site allows me to share my love of nature and wildlife with other like minded people. ___________________________________________Create your own visitor map!_________________________________________________ __________________________________________DSL Provider

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