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Pavements are lethal I've had to walk on the right hand side of the roads mostly. Still get the odd idiot drivers who don't slow down and give a bit of room sadly.

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And so are the roads. Sheer sheets of ice at the moment. Be careful.

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Post not going out at S11 area . Health and safety saying far too dangerous at moment.

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Getting warmer this week, lets hope spring is on its way.

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Getting warmer this week, lets hope spring is on its way.

 

I have it on good authority that its due on the 20th March :)

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Pavements are lethal I've had to walk on the right hand side of the roads mostly. Still get the odd idiot drivers who don't slow down and give a bit of room sadly.

 

Grass verges are coming into their own now - knew there was a use for them somewhere apart from dog toilets and car parking!

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Pavements are lethal I've had to walk on the right hand side of the roads mostly. Still get the odd idiot drivers who don't slow down and give a bit of room sadly.

 

Get some Yaktrax! Makes such a difference.

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Well my sons driving test has been cancelled. Im slightly surprised, our road is terrible when it snows but even thats ok now.

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Get some Yaktrax! Makes such a difference.

 

Too right, I was very thankful for mine this morning.

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It is what I like about Sheffield. It thinks it is big yet a little snow puts it right down.

I prefer this sweetness over big functional north American Canadian cities that can handle "real" snowstorms.

 

When it snows in America, they also have transport problems, schools closed, roads closed, power failures, public transport cancelled. Its just nonsense to claim they aren't affected.

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When it snows in America, they also have transport problems, schools closed, roads closed, power failures, public transport cancelled. Its just nonsense to claim they aren't affected.

 

They're not affectred by the amount of snow we've has recently...

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They're not affectred by the amount of snow we've has recently...

 

Have a look at the link below and tell us that the US don't get snow like us

gethttps://www.usatoday.com/story/weather/2018/01/16/...storm...snow.../1036039001/

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