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  • "I'd love southy to publish a book - I need a new night-time read!

    Better yet, how dull is his voice? Maybe an audio book would be more useful for dropping off.

    Right. To all.

    IT IS SNOW. IT IS SLIPPERY. THEREFORE, BE CAREFUL AND TRAVEL ONLY IF IT IS SAFE TO DO SO. Stop expecting the Government to wipe your behinds and do something yourself. Take the dog out, have a day by the fire, go to work. But for goodness sake STOP complaining! I walked a good couple of miles today and you know what? It was very enjoyable! Takes things back to before computer games and TV. It's fun, and it's novel so STOP #''*^&%£ COMPLAINING ABOUT IT."
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Hampshire and Southampton hit by major snow fall

A lorry in Pound Tree Road, Southampton

A lorry in Pound Tree Road, Southampton

First published in News Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Digital Editor

Arctic conditions have caused chaos across Hampshire today.

The region is due to face a second day of disruption as snow and ice caused major problems.

Up to 15 centimetres of snow fell on overnight night, bringing travel misery and roads chaos across the region.

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Hundreds of schools across Southampton and Hampshire were forced to close as teachers found it difficult to get to work.

All schools on the Isle of Wight were closed for the day.

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Southampton International Airport was closed for most the day but reopened at 4pm after staff moved 1300 tonnes of snow from the runway.

Bus services were also hit with some some companies suspending services and others running a limited service.

But the bad weather is with us for a while.

While the snow stopped falling during the afternoon, weather experts predicted the temperature will plummet to minus 12 degrees centigrade tonight.

• Send us your snow pictures to picdesk@dailyecho.co.uk including your name and contact number.

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