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    Quote Originally Posted by electromagneticpulse
    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Tattum
    18F on a November afternoon? What's happening??? #-o
    -3C on a november lunch time no cloud cover and a gas leak which means no heating at my college and its colder today
    Never mind EMP - things'll be back to normal, come Monday...

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    Really strange weather this morning in Gothenburg... Snowing, plus thunder & lightning!

    I was thinking thunder was limited to hot weather, which it definitely isn't right now (brrr...)

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    Re: Snow in the UK!

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Tattum
    18F on a November afternoon? What's happening??? #-o
    Global warming...

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    Thundersnow is not a common occurrance, but it can and does happen. Even though the weather isn't "hot", there is still sufficient instability; the surface temp is cold, but the temperatures higher up are really cold, thus convection can be realized. (There are other factors that are typically present when thundersnow occurs)

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    Re: Snow in the UK!

    Quote Originally Posted by AstroSmurf
    Really strange weather this morning in Gothenburg... Snowing, plus thunder & lightning!

    I was thinking thunder was limited to hot weather, which it definitely isn't right now (brrr...)
    Not that unusual. We would get at least a couple of winter storms every year in Connecticut where there was lightning and thunder.

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