Cold snap forecast for Sussex this weekend

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Sussex is bracing itself for a cold snap this weekend.

The Met Office is forecasting snow for the county on Saturday and Sunday with the risk of more on Monday.

Temperatures are set to plummet to -2C but experts warn it could feel as cold as -7C.

The icy conditions could lead to disruption during Monday morning's rush hour.

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9:12am Thu 10 Jan 13

Tedious Pedant says...

I'd better go out panic buying before the whole country is brought to it's knees. It's every man for himself.
I'd better go out panic buying before the whole country is brought to it's knees. It's every man for himself. Tedious Pedant
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9:17am Thu 10 Jan 13

Mayan Turkey says...

...energy company executives to reassure shareholders that they can't lose as frozen peasant quota looks safe to rise for another year.

Bonuses and jollies to continue as government acts 'quickly' to investigate wholesale price manipulation?
...energy company executives to reassure shareholders that they can't lose as frozen peasant quota looks safe to rise for another year. Bonuses and jollies to continue as government acts 'quickly' to investigate wholesale price manipulation? Mayan Turkey
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9:39am Thu 10 Jan 13

Tedious Pedant says...

And I certainly won't be traveling unless my journey is absolutely necessary.
And I certainly won't be traveling unless my journey is absolutely necessary. Tedious Pedant
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11:15am Thu 10 Jan 13

ruberducker says...

bring on loads of snow...
bring on loads of snow... ruberducker
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4:38pm Thu 10 Jan 13

JollyRoger says...

Can't wait. Are we talking huge snow drifts or the usual one or two millimetres that will bring the county to a halt?
Can't wait. Are we talking huge snow drifts or the usual one or two millimetres that will bring the county to a halt? JollyRoger
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5:22pm Thu 10 Jan 13

jesss2012 says...

Tedious Pedant wrote:
I'd better go out panic buying before the whole country is brought to it's knees. It's every man for himself.
don't forget your salt as the council will probably run out or have it stolen :)
[quote][p][bold]Tedious Pedant[/bold] wrote: I'd better go out panic buying before the whole country is brought to it's knees. It's every man for himself.[/p][/quote]don't forget your salt as the council will probably run out or have it stolen :) jesss2012
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1:00am Fri 11 Jan 13

sedwardsESQ says...

Last Siberian cold front I remember was about 1968? when I was knee high to a sparrow, was snow drifts right across the country the snow came up past our waist, you had to dig your way out and this stayed like this for what seemed like ever but as a nation we muddled through, we even went to school but I bet you this time round the kids will all be wimps and needing days off cause their toes might drop off.....lmbo
Last Siberian cold front I remember was about 1968? when I was knee high to a sparrow, was snow drifts right across the country the snow came up past our waist, you had to dig your way out and this stayed like this for what seemed like ever but as a nation we muddled through, we even went to school but I bet you this time round the kids will all be wimps and needing days off cause their toes might drop off.....lmbo sedwardsESQ
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