Posted by Peter Hyland on December 07, 2020 at 01:09:29 user Peter_H.
In Reply to: Snow posted by John Nichols on December 05, 2020 at 10:12:40:
There'll be snow on the tops of the Lakeland fells - anything over 2,500 feet - from now until about the end of March, and often longer. I was once on the summit of Bowfell (2959 ft) in June and got caught in a blizzard. But I heard today on the radio that in the UK snow on the ground will soon be a thing of the past, due to global warming. Do they mean at sea level? Or perhaps no more stranded sheep to rescue?
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