Has anyone heard of the phrase "it's warm enough to snow"? I'm wondering if it is an old Suffolk phrase, possibly picked up from the local farming fraternity. I've known it since childhood, ie 1950's, brought up in a Suffolk village, with father in agricultural business, so would have heard many old Suffolk phrases and probably brought them home.
I would love to know if anyone knows anything about this phrase or, in fact, ever even heard it.
Thanks very much.