The First Snows Arrive!

Snowfall, Winter 2019-20 Better late than never

Well, after a winter composed almost entirely of wind, rain and relatively mild temperatures, the first snow arrived in Durham five days before the end of February.

Amounts aren’t huge (2-3”), but at least it stopped the winter from being thrown on the ‘No snow’ pile.

It’s melted rapidly though after turning to rain. By mid-afternoon, the snow had completely gone and air temperatures were up to about 6 degC.



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