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  • #59906

    Welsh Dresser
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    We have had Polish people living in the Wrexham area since the war though not in the numbers of recent years. I must be in the 90% bracket as I can’t tell one Slavic language from the next.

    #59907

    Welsh Dresser
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    Back to the subject. The snow is clearing well but the thaw is making the pavements a bit slippy. Our estate was been cleared ahead of the binmen so we can now travel easier. Let’s hope it doesn’t freeze as the slush with be lethal if it does.

    #59949
    Rondetto
    Rondetto
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    Just seen on tv that the Jet stream is stuck south of the UK and is due to move north over the next 21 days, which means we are stuck in this rut of cold weather for at least another 3 weeks.

    #59908

    Welsh Dresser
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    @rondetto 5116 wrote:

    Just seen on tv that the Jet stream is stuck south of the UK and is due to move north over the next 21 days, which means we are stuck in this rut of cold weather for at least another 3 weeks.

    Oh joy! Shall keep my thermals to hand in that case

    #59883

    beedar
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    Yeah, then when the jet stream moves North we ‘ll have 10 weeks of constant rain, why is it the jet stream is never where it is now in July and August ?

    #59909

    Welsh Dresser
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    If the jet stream did stay motionless during the summer months we would be suffering from burns. As with the snow we are not geared up for extremes in weather!

    #59950
    Rondetto
    Rondetto
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    True, many countries are better prepared than us for extreme weather.

    #59951
    Rondetto
    Rondetto
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    You can follow the jet stream forecast on the following site: Top right, click on that repeatedly to see how it is moving north over the new few weeks.

    Jetstream Forecast – Jetstream Map Updated Four Times Daily – Netweather.tv

    #59873

    wrexview
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    The fact that this snow is still here nine days after it fell is testament to how bad it has been. The slow thaw may have prevented some flooding but is causing property damage, guttering and conservatories are especially vulnerable. There are also some magnificent icicles out there, take care and don’t stand under them !!

    #59952
    Rondetto
    Rondetto
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    Just got in from Mold market, they’ve had it very bad there too, they’re still busy trying to clear the streets and pavements.

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