Its an amazing picture. I hope my darlings get out OK tomorrow.
Awesome! Absolutely awesome.
Looks cold! Glad I am not there.
Hi Denise, Happy new year to you too,Lovely those Ice pops, we can make them too in Holland, come and see my blogGreetings from a snowwhite Holland, JoAnn
It is a great satellite image; you can really make out the shape of Great Britain in the photograph. It does look frosty there, doesn't it!
diane, I look forward to hearing about their safe arrival in Australia. I know how anxious you must be. Let's hope there aren't too many delays because of the weather. Kay, thank you. I thought that was amazing photograph. Regina, indeed! gigihawaii, I know what you mean :) It's a little nippy here too. JoAnn's-D-Eyes, Happy New Year to you also. I will be visiting as soon as I get back today. I am getting together with friends until later on this evening. Linda (PA_shutterbug), isn't it amazing what they can see? It certainly does look frosty.
Wow, that's amazing.
Good heavens! I saw something similar on the news but obviously things have deteriorated. Don't think we can beat the temperatures in midwest USA though (not that I'm anxious to try;-))
We got a little more snow here this morning and they are predicting more for the weekend.
Yes it really is like that Denise - we rarely get snow where I live, near the coast in the south west, and we have had loads and it is not going anywhere yet!
Amazing, Denise. Is that 'normal' for that area??? I think that temps are colder most everywhere so far this winter.... We were at 8 degrees here last night about 10 p.m. Brrrrrrr...Hugs,Betsy
Yup, we sure are in the grips of winter.
what is more amazing, there is hardly a cloud over Britain, normally you can't see it for all the clouds and the rain....LOLGill in Canada