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Bournemouth welcomes snow

The white blanket has finally reached the South in the UK. Reports, interviews and images from the BBC this week have documented how the cold weather has affected people commuting to work via public transport, flights bring delayed/cancelled, schools closing and even baboons have suffered a terrible ordeal!

However, as a student it will not interrupt my studies, routine or travel. I will embrace the weather shift. Although at 12.30am this morning (2nd December 2010) it has interrupted my sleep pattern. The picturesque snow in Bournemouth:

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See my flickr account for more pictures.

The real question tingling on everyone’s lips is, how is the snow affecting your week? The Marmite question. Do you love it or hate it?

The MeteoGroup predict a cold week ahead in Bournemouth. So wrap up warm with layered clothing, appropriate shoes and the essential hat, scarf and gloves, leather gloves are especially good at protecting your hands in this cold weather.

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  1. December 3, 2010 at 8:49 AM

    The snow is at least a foot deep in most places up here in the North East and it’s great! I’m gutted that it never snowed this much when I was younger. It’s my kind of luck that it happens now that I can’t appreciate it due to work and a crocked knee!

    I fly quite a lot, so am often at the mercy of the skies. Fingers crossed we have a relatively tame Xmas!

  2. emmaeagle
    December 3, 2010 at 10:03 AM

    Love to see the snowy scenes but hate to have to travel. Super on the first day walking out in clean freshly, fallen snow whilst watching the children sledging, dogs playing. Being able to capture amazing photographic shots.

  1. December 2, 2010 at 12:48 PM

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