snow flakes, the real thing not the millenials

26 Feb

london 7.54pm 0.4C snow shower. monday 2018

the weather website is stating different temperatures . one is saying -0.5C, and saying snow showers will end 11.30am. outside my window i can see small flakes of snow, so that must be the snow showers. not enough to amass on the ground. not even to wet it. its rather pretty, there is hardly any wind, (or rather the courtyard is well sheltered, so the wind dont get to come in ) so they float about and drift gently to the ground. 

inside my flat it is fairly warm. 15C . i still dont need to put on heaters. i think it must be i am getting enough heat from downstairs. 

added. 9am -0.1C snow showers. its got heavier and now coats the cars and shed roof.

added. 11.59am 1.4C sunshine now. that snowflakes did not last long. i was on the bus and saw some cherry trees along the route, with their buds  just coming up and they did look like snowflakes on the trees. 

 

2 Responses to “snow flakes, the real thing not the millenials”

  1. Carl D'Agostino Monday February 26, 2018 at 1:34 pm #

    The daffodils started to sprout last week in Greensboro, North Carolina USA

  2. alifesgayventure Monday February 26, 2018 at 4:28 pm #

    these signs of spring are very wonderful ,isn’t it? so that even though they are saying there is plunging temperatures, and freezing weather coming, nature is not taking a blind bit of notice of it, as if to say, they are just quick blitz that wont stop the steady onset of spring. over here the crocuses come before the daffodils. and they are popping up all over the place.

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