Originally Posted by Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing:
Originally Posted by moonie:
Originally Posted by velvet donkey:

A mild 20 degrees in Auchtermuchty.

 where's that?

Fife, Scotland.

 

"Auchtermuchty signifying in Gaelic 'the cottage of the King', is a parish and a royal burgh - the latter 22 miles from Dundee, 19 from St Andrews.

Appols for my lack of geographical knowledge 

Originally Posted by Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing:
Originally Posted by Yogi19:

West of Scotland - wet, windy, freezing cold and we've already had a flurry of snow.

So have we. It's about an inch thick.

But the ground is so wet I don't expect it to lie for long.

Same here.

Originally Posted by moonie:
Originally Posted by Ells:

We've just had the biggest flash of lightening I've ever seen!  It was followed by a big roar of thunder and it's snowing.

 

Scared the bejesus right out of me.

Its the end of the world I tells ya 

If it had been one of those 'end of the world' days I swear I would have needed clean underwear.

 

My heart rate still isn't back to normal here.

Originally Posted by Ells:
Originally Posted by moonie:
Originally Posted by Ells:

We've just had the biggest flash of lightening I've ever seen!  It was followed by a big roar of thunder and it's snowing.

 

Scared the bejesus right out of me.

Its the end of the world I tells ya 

If it had been one of those 'end of the world' days I swear I would have needed clean underwear.

 

My heart rate still isn't back to normal here.

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