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I hope that everyone took a very good beginning of 2011.

This photograph has been taken two weeks ago in my home town a very nice park for a good stroll or talk with other people out of my environment
Again a picture with snow, we get not a lot winters of this format.

Winter 2010 in Belgium.

2010 there were 53 snow days or four days more than the previous record that dates back to 1906. That Sud Presse newspaper reports today.

This year there were five months in which snow has fallen: 14 days in January, in February 1910, two in March, six in 28 days in November and December. "On average, it snows four and a half days in December, " said Philippe Mievis of

On the average temperature was -0.9 degrees until December 23. The month of December, making it the coldest since 1996. The record dates from 1879, when it averaged -5.6 degrees froze. "Normally the average for December at 3.3 degrees, " said Mievis.

The record number of snow that cases dates back to February 10, 1902. Came out on one day in Uccle over 35 inches of snow.

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