A Frosty Morning on the English south coast

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The World is a big place with different climates and opposing seasons, but sites like Wikinut allows us to be anywhere at any time

My Mornings walk

Blue skies with a frost that is deep and crisp and even, temperatures are just above zero degrees. But the sun is shining and it is a perfect day for a walk

I made my way towards the coast, around a quarter of a mile from my home

But it is going to get even colder

The sea was calm this morning and I was not the only one to blow away the cobwebs with a brisk walk this morning

The forecast is for temperatures to plummet again tonight, but so far in the south of England we had got away without any snow, apart from just a flurry on Sunday

So where are you, and what is the weather in your part of the World?

As Wikinut members are stretched across the world , some live in warm and hot regions and some in cold and/or wet areas, I know I have friends all over the world, in both hot and cold regions and wet and dry region

I got to wondering what sort of day YOU are waking up to this morning, and where do you live?

Did you know

The coldest place on Earth is in is on the East Antarctic Plateau Antarctica, where it is minus 93.2 Celsius (-135.8 F).

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
3rd Feb 2015 (#)

Temperatures in my part of the world are running very warm. Record highs were set throughout January. People should be skiing in these mountains this time of year. They're playing golf instead.

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author avatar johnnydod
3rd Feb 2015 (#)

Oh wow steve I wish it was like that here, where are you by the way?

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author avatar yugasini
3rd Feb 2015 (#)

Thanks for sharing the article, have a nice day.

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author avatar Carol
3rd Feb 2015 (#)

It's very cold here in Herne Bay, but no snow as yet!

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author avatar johnnydod
3rd Feb 2015 (#)

I never knew you lived so close to me Carol

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author avatar Nancy Czerwinski
3rd Feb 2015 (#)

It's freezing cold here in Cleveland. This morning we've got minus 3. I have the fireplace and the furnace on and I just lit a couple candles. I don't like it when it's this cold but as long as I'm inside I'm happy. The snow looks beautiful from inside but outside it's icy and cold.

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author avatar Retired
3rd Feb 2015 (#)

I've just walked to the next village and back (for a short meeting re. saving the village's library) - there was a light dusting of snow on the pavements and fields, but nothing to worry about.

I'm in Leicestershire, by the way.

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
3rd Feb 2015 (#)

I am in Bromley!!!!

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author avatar Carol Roach
3rd Feb 2015 (#)

I am in Canada but Canadian weather will be different throughout due to the size of the country. I am in Montreal Quebec and the weather with the wind chill factor is -36C

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author avatar viewgreen
4th Feb 2015 (#)

Our country is under the equator line, or rather we are in the tropics and our adverts had more to enjoy the sunshine and the rain season that occurred a few months in each year. The snow season or winter actually never happen here. Great article with a unique topic. Thank you for sharing this sir.

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author avatar Paul Lines
5th Feb 2015 (#)

When I lived in Whitstable, I used to enjoy wandering along the beach in winter as much as in summer, just to experience the change of seasons on the sea

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
8th Feb 2015 (#)

I have lived in Asia all my life. I like moderate temperatures - sort of Goldilocks zone! siva

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author avatar Kingwell
18th Feb 2015 (#)

I live in Newfoundland and recently we have been pounded with 100km winds, snow and ice pellets. Hopefully the weather will improve soon but there is another week left in February and we usually don't see much sign of spring in March either - but this is home.

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