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Winter Blues

The Meteorological office is warning that heavy snow and freezing temperatures are expected to continue for at least another two weeks.

This follows Some of the heaviest snow fall in over 20 years. There has been heavy snow in the north-east of England and the Scottish borders, with reports of up to 30cm (12in) falling since early Tuesday. Parts of the northern Highlands saw just short of half a metre of snow.

There was also heavy snowfall in central and southern England and parts of the South West and south Wales. Counties affected included Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire Wiltshire, Dorset, Berkshire and parts of Gloucestershire, Buckinhamshire and Oxfordshire.

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With the wide disruption to road and rail transport thousands of schools remained closed and hospitals cancelled out-patient appointments. It was estimated that 50% of the nations entire work-force stayed away from work.

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4 Comments

  1. Wetwool: Look forward to reading more from you this year.
    Like the new look and feel of your blog.

  2. Thank you Mama Shujaa. They say that timing is paramount and whilst I agree I suspect that time management comes a close second.

  3. It’s a pity that such a beauty can have negative impacts. I love the pictures.

  4. You’re right Cesky – the heavy snow may look pretty on the ground but it does cause serious problems

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