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From stormy South Holland to snowy in three days




Emily (9), Matthew (2) with their snowman in Crown Drive, Spalding. Photo: Kelly Taylor
Emily (9), Matthew (2) with their snowman in Crown Drive, Spalding. Photo: Kelly Taylor

After ‘Storm David’ ripped through South Holland on Thursday morning, there was extreme weather of a different kind on Sunday as snow came to the area.

Most of the district had a good smattering before rain washed it all away in the late afternoon.

Hannah Billinghurst took this picture of her son with his Norwich City FC snowman.
Hannah Billinghurst took this picture of her son with his Norwich City FC snowman.

That wasn’t before Free Press photographer Tim Wilson and several of our readers recorded it all on camera.

Temperatures are expected to stay above freezing this week, with the occasional rain shower, but no snow and no heavy winds!

Previously...

Trees down and school buses cancelled as Storm David batters south Lincolnshire

Maverick Griffiths (14 months) taking his first steps in the snow, in Holbeach. Photo: Kimberley Griffiths
Maverick Griffiths (14 months) taking his first steps in the snow, in Holbeach. Photo: Kimberley Griffiths
Wiktoria Ciesla (5) and her snowman in Moulton. Photo: Ania Ciesla
Wiktoria Ciesla (5) and her snowman in Moulton. Photo: Ania Ciesla
Sarah (4) enjoyed sledging on the river bank in Spalding. Photo: Maria Newell
Sarah (4) enjoyed sledging on the river bank in Spalding. Photo: Maria Newell
Spalding Market Place
Spalding Market Place
A17 Fleet
A17 Fleet
Snowing walkers, Fleet
Snowing walkers, Fleet


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