29 Oct 2008

Obviously it's not climate change...

Thick snow in St Albans in late October?

According to dandantheweatherman.com, "the 20th century's earliest low level snowfall on the ground in England would appear to be that of 31st October 1934 when 5cms snow fell as far south as Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire".

The Met Office states that: "The earliest snow to fall in London was on 25 September 1885".

Either way, it's pretty rare.

No comments: