The difference dusty in the u.k , like everywhere else ,I should imagine , is huge .
Iam not getting into the climate change / global warming debate .
But in the u.k , Iam old enough to remember sub zero temps from November- march and sometimes beyond .
Remember the days of 6 ft snow drifts outside your house
That just doesn't happen now
We used to get snow, that would freeze , and then slowly thaw , filling the rivers with water , over a period of time .
Over the last 20 years , that snow is mainly falling as rain .
Yes ,the m1 in derbyshire had 2 inches of snow the other week , over a period of a couple of hours .
And iam sure the north and scotland has had a bit .
But , how many scottish and english premiership games have been called off due to the weather ?
Players in england were playing in short sleeves over winter .
Speaking for the west mids ,As I have stated previously , we dont get many of those biting winds now either
Other than the recent couple of days of rain - it's been pleasant .
And for someone who hates the winters of old , that will do me .