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Well, As I returned from a Southern Hemisphere holiday, where temperatures were nearly 40 degrees C, I was shocked by the unusually cold weather in the UK. The winters in the UK are usually much milder than this as we all know, so what is going on with the weather? If you don’t know already, read on to find out and to read 10 top tips on driving safely during the snow period.

In most winters, especially in the past 20 years or so, winds reaching the UK normally came from the south-west. This meant the air had travelled over the relatively warm Atlantic and we got mild conditions in the UK. However, over the past three weeks the Atlantic air has been ‘blocked’ and cold air has been flowing down from the Arctic or the cold winter landmass of Europe (Met Office) of course.

When I was pregnant I has the same feelings about that, so be patient.

James, thanks for the comment and thanks for reading!

Nice post on the dreaded Xenopus, Kerry @ Save the Frogs was raving about them the other day!

You're traumatised! Think how the frog felt...

This is fascinating stuff, but I clicked on the chimp/frog link and I am completely traumatised....

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