Florida – 25 degrees. Sunny.
Reading – freezing. Snow.
As more snow hits the UK for one of the coldest March months in over 50 years, I take a look at the weather in Florida and see it’s hit 25 degrees Celcius and is rising. Most of the UK is covered in a blanket of snow. It’s almost April and I have no idea what’s going on with our weather.
Further north, drifting snow makes an appearance in Yorkshire, high up in the Pennines:
In other parts of the UK properties in Scotland, Northern Ireland, and north-east Wales lack power, as do more than 200 in west Cumbria: Power problems remain after severe weather cuts supplies, more here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-21914538
No wonder everyone wants to get away and book our villa in Tuscan Ridge, Florida! I think in 2014 Donna and I will book a Florida getaway in March, to escape the weather in the UK. This is what we are talking about:
Snow Weather Warning
ICE in southeast England, East Anglia, The Midlands, mid and north Midlands, northern England, southern Scotland and eastern parts of Northern Ireland.
Lying snow in many areas will melt on roads and pavements by day, refreezing by night to give icy patches. Also, snow blowing off fields in strong to gale force winds will affect some roads throughout Sunday and Sunday night, especially over high ground.
The public should be aware of the potential for disruption to travel due to icy patches and snow blowing back onto roads.
Meanwhile in Florida
Mainly sunny. High around 70F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph.