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Didn't get above minus 2c here today after minus 7c overnight. Minus 7c again now, forecast to drop a bit further overnight. It'll make for a chilly commute in the morning. Cycling in those temps results in 'beard-cicles', which my daughters find very amusing. 

 

Snow production on the ski slope is starting imminently. Has to be below minus 3 or 4c, or a touch milder if the humidity is low (which it is - barely any frost forming).

 

A few photos from the weekend:

 

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Minus 10c on the cycle ride to work this morning. Was absolutely fine with my heated socks and ski mitts. Really enjoy it.

 

A centimetre of snow fell yesterday and I was following my tyre tracks from yesterday this morning. No one else had been on the gravel road ☺️

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6 hours ago, Big J said:

Minus 10c on the cycle ride to work this morning. Was absolutely fine with my heated socks and ski mitts. Really enjoy it.

 

A centimetre of snow fell yesterday and I was following my tyre tracks from yesterday this morning. No one else had been on the gravel road ☺️

 

Sounds like a nice commute to me. I love the peace and quiet that comes with snowfall.

 

Not heard of heated socks. How do they work then, battery powered?

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2 hours ago, sime42 said:

 

Sounds like a nice commute to me. I love the peace and quiet that comes with snowfall.

 

Not heard of heated socks. How do they work then, battery powered?

 

It is very pleasant, and nice to have some variety too (I'm going to go via asphalt for the next few days).

They are normal, USB rechargeable batteries and a heating element in each sock. Washable, but not in a washing machine. About £25-30 for a pair, if memory serves.

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