[Klug-general] Crunchy throwable meteorology
jimmyblake at gmail.com
Fri Dec 18 15:49:32 UTC 2009
High-Speed 1 was running an hour late from Ashford this morning but
running UK now.
Sent from the mobile device of James Blake
On Dec 18, 2009, at 3:36 PM, Karl Buckland <karl at digital-end.com> wrote:
> Tonbridge/Tunbridge wells got about 5 inches I would say. No uncovered
> ground anywhere. Trains completely screwed (although apparently
> London/Ashford trains are OK. Buses started running around lunch time.
> Main roads are OK, but country roads are pretty unpleasant.
> Great stuff!
> 2009/12/18 J D Freeman <klug at quixotic.org.uk>:
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>> Well, it seems that large parts of kent have been sprinkled with a
>> covering of semi-solid water.
>> So out of curiosity and due to being unable to do what I had
>> planned for
>> the day due to the m20 being completly gummed up. I thought why not
>> what's happening with everyone else.
>> Soo, How much snow have you got? and where are you? Also, if you
>> know of
>> any bits of the transport network that are broken or just delayed,
>> free to share so we can avoid those areas.
>> Canterbury (CT1) we have about half an inch of snow in places, but
>> of unsnowcovered ground in places too.
>> By way of useful transport stuff:
>> - - Long link:
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