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16inches of snow on its way

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JustJohn Report 23 Mar 2013 19:21

Just seen this on news: " In North Wales the British Red Cross ferried hospital staff, paramedics and renal patients to hospitals using 4x4 vehicles.

David Hallows, service manager for emergency response for the Red Cross in North Wales, said: "I've never seen snow like it. It's a metre thick in places and it's not drifting."

Nothing much at all in S Wales. Just hope you are all ok up there. Sounds like bad flooding once snow melts away next couple of days:-( :-(

Lady Cutie

Lady Cutie Report 23 Mar 2013 19:21

**Ann** ,
It's stopped snowing here now and all we have is a light dusting of snow on the car , non on the ground it's too wet .

although the wind seems to have eased off a bit , it's still really cold here . i have had the heating on all day today '