This is early. The Met Office has forecasted that much of Britain will be blanketed with snow from Thursday night. This is inline with early predictions that we will be facing our coldest winter in a decade. But hei, snow is fun. Remember January 2003 when London was brought to a standstill? And I am due in Brighton Friday evening, by coach no less.
And I have also decided to rant against my neighbour who decided to wash his car over the weekend, thus creating a rather frosty and slippery sidewalk.
Tomorrow I would be (update: they were having trouble with my payment so fingers cross) attending a talk by Mark Ovenden, who is the author of Metro Maps of the World at Central Saint Martins College in Central London. Tickets (£6/£4 concessions) are still available through the London Transport Museum on 020 7379 6344. More details here.