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Sussex braces itself for more snow and ice

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    Biker123 11:58am Thu 17 Jan 13

    So costal areas can expect sleet and rain, what has been any different to the past week then? just mean's i can still ride my bike on the road and get to work Happy day's! If only fuel price's went down too!

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    lordenglandofsussex 12:34pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    They advise:.............
    ....

    Blah blah blah.

    More stating of the bleedin obvious by people who think they are the only ones with any common sense. Stop treating old people like children!

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    kopjules 1:32pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    Lovely photo...

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    loftylad 1:50pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    We're spending a week in Talliinn, Estonia. It snows most days and the temperature ranges from. -5 down to -15. I haven't seen an accident yet despite many crazy drivers. Life goes on even with the weather.

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    Bt'n-breezy 2:10pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    It might be a good irea for The Argus to publish the legal advice about an individual's liability if they clear away snow and ice and someone has an accident in that spot.

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    Bt'n-breezy 2:11pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    It might be a good idea for The Argus to publish the legal advice about an individual's liability if they clear away snow and ice and someone has an accident in that spot.

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    uniteagainstparkingcharges 2:14pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    Well I've braced myself by wearing my thermal trousers and I'd advise others to do the same.

    Toasty!

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    Poccypoc 2:35pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    The weather forecast on Sky Text says: "Sussex, Friday: Sunny.

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    Atticus 2:40pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    Bt'n-breezy wrote…


    It might be a good idea for The Argus to publish the legal advice about an individual's liability if they clear away snow and ice and someone has an accident in that spot.

    What nonsense.

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    Algeria Touchshriek 4:16pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    Is it wrong to have a wee dram of Brandy or Whiskey when I arrive home from work because Mrs. Touchshriek really, really moans about it?

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    m4mt7ah 4:46pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    It has been a beautiful day with lovely sunshine. I do hope we get some snow but being on the coast we usually miss it.

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    Ballroom Blitz 6:06pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    Algeria Touchshriek wrote…


    Is it wrong to have a wee dram of Brandy or Whiskey when I arrive home from work because Mrs. Touchshriek really, really moans about it?

    It's not wrong to force an entire bottle down in this inclement weather, and don't let anyone tell you otherwise.. including Mrs Touchshriek.
    Meths is a particularly good winter warmer, although it can temporarily affect your eyesight...

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    jyan 7:05pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    Bt'n-breezy wrote…


    It might be a good irea for The Argus to publish the legal advice about an individual's liability if they clear away snow and ice and someone has an accident in that spot.

    Here's the legal advice - you can't get sued. Bye.

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    imnotpc 8:20pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    Atticus wrote…


    Bt'n-breezy wrote…


    It might be a good idea for The Argus to publish the legal advice about an individual's liability if they clear away snow and ice and someone has an accident in that spot.
    What nonsense.

    there's always one lol...what a loser hahahahaha

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    Alan G Skinner 9:47pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    How embarrassing this all is, absolute hysteria about NORMAL winter temperatures and a few flakes of snow, how is this news? Pathetic.

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    Idontbelieveit1948 10:22pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    Bl**dy global warming !

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    imnotpc 10:45pm Thu 17 Jan 13

    i slipped over on some ice in brighton earlier and some dirty b*****d tried to stick their fingers up my old jacksy...how disgusting is that

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    Worthingwithoutbuses! 1:53am Fri 18 Jan 13

    We have just returned from Switzerland where there was 1 and a half metres (about 5ft) of snow in the area around Interlaken & Grindelwald and they just get on with it!. Yes I know all you penny pinching whingers out there will say " yes but they get it all the time". SO WHAT!! Our train over there, pulled into our station with 2 ft of snow on the tracks with a plough on the front ON TIME and left ON TIME with no fuss or bother. The reason... Mostly ALL of the trains in Switzerland have overhead power supply not the 'Third rail' that we have. Even the roads were clear. Whilst we were there, we had another 4ft of snow... no problems. Over head power supply for trains and chains for cars when required. How difficult can it be to learn from the Alpine countries?? I expect it is the 'Wrong type of snow' over here?? Let the smart arse know it all's commence with their vitriolic parade of comments:

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    Max_Normal 10:34am Fri 18 Jan 13

    Idontbelieveit1948 wrote…


    Bl**dy global warming !

    Quite right! To boot, I saw a seagull walking around yesterday, so don't let anyone try and convince you that they can fly, it's a plot made up by evil scientists.

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