Are They Trying To Tell Us Something....?

"Snow is actually more common at Easter than at Christmas," says the BBC's website.

Although falling short of forecasting snow as they haven't got a clear signal yet, they do say that an increased risk of frost is on the cards after the Easter weekend.

I think I'll leave the BBQ in the shed a while longer yet then.

Can't we blame the BBC for the weather? We pay our licence fees don't we, why can't we have a warm and sunny Easter hot enough to melt the kids eggs? That will teach the buggers.

Yesterday in the car: "I'm not religious, but I do believe in Easter 'cos we get lots of eggs and stuff." A career in the clergy clearly awaits young George.