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rougie1975
26 Dec 09 08:43
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birmingham - yes
edinburgh - yes

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By:
morpteh mackem
When: 26 Dec 09 08:48
glasgow yes
By:
Alex the old wrinkled retainer
When: 26 Dec 09 08:49
Pleasing. I wasn't expecting it to be settled this quickly.
By:
NSL
When: 26 Dec 09 09:24
London?
By:
Alex the old wrinkled retainer
When: 26 Dec 09 09:42
no
By:
camjay
When: 26 Dec 09 09:54
Of the 9 official white Christmas sites, snow fell on Christmas Day at Glasgow, Edinburgh and Birmingham. Snow did not fall at London, Liverpool, Aberdeen, Manchester, Cardiff and Belfast. Issued by the Meteorological Office at 0011 on Sat 26 Dec 2009.
By:
JonBaylis
When: 26 Dec 09 09:58
Very surprised at Belfast considering it was still -5'C at 11am

Very Very happy with Birmingham - laid at 1.25 :) :) All on Kauto - CHARGE!!! :) ;)
By:
Shaky
When: 26 Dec 09 11:54
i didnt see a flake of snow in edinburgh yesterday, glad the judges have better eyesight than me :D
By:
airbag
When: 26 Dec 09 12:14
Belfast ?
By:
Alex the old wrinkled retainer
When: 26 Dec 09 12:15
Is this a wind up?
By:
airbag
When: 26 Dec 09 12:16
What about Copenhagen Snow on Christmas Eve? Anyone know that one?
By:
tobermory
When: 26 Dec 09 23:10
was there Snow on the ground in London Xmas Day though?
By:
Daymor
When: 26 Dec 09 23:26
cant believe they reckon snow fell in brum , i had my head out the window all bleeding day . it rained late on but it never snowed - no chance
By:
tobermory
When: 27 Dec 09 00:00
Very Silly imo that the market is decided by snowfall on the day (which only a couple of beardies in meteorogical labs might be aware of) rather than settled snow on the ground, as the latter would be anyones definition of a White Christmas (which itself is a layman's term rather than a scientific one).

The Irony is that bookies only probably brought in the snowfall on the day rule as there was probably hardly any interest in the market years ago , as you just couldn't envisage a genuine White Christmas (settled snow) but it was more likely that a few snowflakes might fall to earth on the otherwise bare pavements .
By:
Mug Punter
When: 27 Dec 09 07:07
Daymor,

It snowed briefly between midnight and 1am in Birmingham I believe...
By:
JonBaylis
When: 03 Jan 10 12:06
Can be all rain and just 1 single snowflake in all that rain makes it a white Christmas - that's the rules....
By:
JonBaylis
When: 03 Jan 10 12:07
Anyway a well snowy week ahead according to the week ahead forecast this morning.... :)

a foot of snow in some eastern parts by Saturday - no lie!
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