Category Archives: Snow

Steep decline in snowfall since 1931 in Central England

I reckon that there has been an almost 60% decline in annual snowfall since 1931. This won’t surprise a lot of people, because snow has become something of a scarce commodity in recent Winters, especially the further south that you … Continue reading

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Late April cold spells and the Easter Snowstorm of 1908

Easter in 1908 fell late, so the snow that fell over much of southern England must have come as a big surprise on the Easter Sunday on the 19th of April (fig 1). The following week was intensely cold for … Continue reading

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