June 6, 2009
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It’s June…so it must be snowing: From sweltering to shivering in just a week, it could only happen in the great British summer
6th June 2009
Five days ago we were flocking to the beach, queueing for ice-creams and slathering on the sunscreen.
Yesterday, we were shivering in summer’s first dusting of snow. Yes, snow.