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A few hrs ago I was sitting at the pc and heard a huge crack, looked out the window to see a tree lying across the road, the sheer weight if snow seams to have brought it down.
If I wanted to go anywhere today, I would need a Hummer
They're terrible in the snow, actually, with a tendency to spin out on the highway because the wheel-base is short compared to the width. Where I live in Canada, we have much snow, and I've seen them in the ditch a few times. Your best bet is a Cherokee or Landrover if there's only 7 in's (that's not a lot for some parts of the world). Of course, you could just wait until it melts, since you're in Scotland ;-)
Last week was sooo nice... hovering around freezing, some sunshine, snow was starting to melt.
This morning, back to -16 degrees Celcius with a windchill of -23... fabulous... everything that melted appears to have frozen into a nice thick sheet of ice on my windshield.
My fault for moving from balmy Southern Ontario to Winnipeg I guess!