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Snowmageddon: The Beast From the East, Suffolk and London - 28th February 2018

It's a week of snow, as the "Beast from the East" - the weather feature formerly known as "winter" - sweeps in from the steppes of Siberia. There's even an official snow day, as the snow reaches a respectable 18cm and the school is closed.

next album: More March Snow and a Postcard from Diss, Norfolk - 3rd March 2018
previous album: A Walk Around Eye, and the Return of Red Tent, Suffolk and London - 25th February 2018

2018 The first heavy snow appears

The first heavy snow appears

2018 Icicles on the shed

Icicles on the shed

2018 Boris - stripey cat - looks unimpressed

Boris - stripey cat - looks unimpressed

2018 The lane on Tuesday morning after a night of snow

The lane on Tuesday morning after a night of snow

2018 An intrepid cyclist heads towards Eye

An intrepid cyclist heads towards Eye

2018 Down at Diss Station, the platform is being cleared

Down at Diss Station, the platform is being cleared

2018 The 8:17 comes in from Norwich, a bit fast as its rheostatic brakes have temporarily failed

The 8:17 comes in from Norwich, a bit fast as its rheostatic brakes have temporarily failed

2018 The driver pulls up short on the emergency brakes - Adrian goes to investigate

The driver pulls up short on the emergency brakes - Adrian goes to investigate

2018 Frozen puddles and snow down at Brantham, outside Manningtree

Frozen puddles and snow down at Brantham, outside Manningtree

2018 There's no snow in London on Tuesday morning, but there is a marching band coming down Constitution Hill

There's no snow in London on Tuesday morning, but there is a marching band coming down Constitution Hill

2018 Playing saxophone on horseback - possibly the hardest job in music

Playing saxophone on horseback - possibly the hardest job in music

2018 Clarinets on white horses

Clarinets on white horses

2018 The marching band heads off past Buckingham Palace

The marching band heads off past Buckingham Palace

2018 The scenic desert of Paddington after a bit of snow

The scenic desert of Paddington after a bit of snow

2018 Hyde Park and The Serpentine

Hyde Park and The Serpentine

2018 A snowy Hyde Park

A snowy Hyde Park

2018 Fred roams around

Fred roams around

2018 The orchard

The orchard

2018 It's a proper white-out

It's a proper white-out

2018 Fred makes a proper snow angel

Fred makes a proper snow angel

2018 Harry looks like he's waist deep (he's actually on his knees)

Harry looks like he's waist deep (he's actually on his knees)

2018 Harry eats snow as it falls from the sky

Harry eats snow as it falls from the sky

2018 Harry opens up the boys' garden house

Harry opens up the boys' garden house

2018 Next-door's walnut tree, backlit and snow-encrusted

Next-door's walnut tree, backlit and snow-encrusted

2018 Harry peers out of his house

Harry peers out of his house

2018 Harry clears snow off the roof

Harry clears snow off the roof

2018 The tress of the Oaksmere - the no-entry signs are the only colour

The tress of the Oaksmere - the no-entry signs are the only colour

2018 Oaksmere, under a blanket of snow

Oaksmere, under a blanket of snow

2018 The Oaksmere drive

The Oaksmere drive

2018 It's officially 18cm of snow

It's officially 18cm of snow

2018 There's a spot of sledging near lunchtime

There's a spot of sledging near lunchtime

2018 The adults chat

The adults chat

2018 Fred gets pulled around

Fred gets pulled around

2018 Harry's got a sledge and a blanket

Harry's got a sledge and a blanket

2018 Isobel has a slide

Isobel has a slide

2018 Isobel slides down the hill

Isobel slides down the hill

2018 Andrew has a turn at sledging

Andrew has a turn at sledging

2018 Fred and Sophie in the snow

Fred and Sophie in the snow

2018 Harry looks back as he heads back home

Harry looks back as he heads back home

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The first heavy snow appears

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