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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Thera, Aug 18, 2012.
Pretty self explaining is there any?
I heard it snowed at Trentham on the news yesterday - don't know if it stayed on the ground tho.
Not really self explanatory - are you asking if there is snow there right now, or if there has been snow there at some point in the past?
The answer to the latter is a definite yes, though black ice and heavy frost is far more common than snow. Hail can also be heavy enough at times to create a snow-like covering on the ground.
Wasn't aware that there was any implication of tense applied. I'll go back to school because I have failed you Jd.
As in now, today. i.e present tense.