By a County Press reporter
Friday, March 8, 2013
The Met Office has warned it could snow on the Isle of Wight in the coming days. Picture by Robin Crossley.
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by David Blackford
11th March 2013, at 07:23:02
I was wrong
by Sarah Parker
10th March 2013, at 13:54:04
I am so bored of winter I'm willing to do almost anything to encourage climate change that results in WARMER weather, albeit 'false' heat, so my open fire is burning with anything I can throw on it!
by Lee Majors
10th March 2013, at 11:29:35
UPDATED, will get rain.
by ed mew
9th March 2013, at 15:26:20
Thank you Don :) it's nice to hear positive feedback for a change.
by Don Prescott
9th March 2013, at 15:17:19
@ ed mew, spot on eduardo!When we got stuck in Yarmouth, coming back from Bournemouth Airport in Jan. 2010, the snow was knee deep.The ONLY person who would try to get us back to Ventnor was a local cabbie from Norton called John, who said he would get us as near as possible for £30.Good as his word, he got us to the Blackgang lookout and, while we walked home from there, he took our luggage back to his home and we got it later in the week.Big up for Island cab drivers.
by John Lennon
9th March 2013, at 11:26:14
It's only a bit of snow for ****s sake! It probably won't happen anyway.
9th March 2013, at 01:53:46
I love the snow! it is the time for people that think Isle of Wight taxi drivers rip you off actually realise we provide a service. When there are no trains or buses or any other means of getting home who do they rely on ??? (Sandra Essex) please take note!!!!!
9th March 2013, at 00:21:11
Snow,snow, quick quick snow. But we shall have rain.
by Wroxall Weather
8th March 2013, at 17:56:03
Plenty of the White stuff around although I think the MO timing is out, we have from 9:am Monday until 9:am Tuesday and could see 10-12cm over the 24 hours in question. Daytime highs of 1 or 2c will keep it hanging around until Thursday when the temperature rises. No such thing a global warning, (a poor title) it's actually climate change.
8th March 2013, at 15:57:02
The North wind doth blow and we shall have ................. Don't believe a word. The met Office always plays it safe - ever since the hurricane of 1987. Mind you, they could be right - I used to be indecisive but now I'm not so sure
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