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Britain told to prepare for New Year's Eve

weather chaos

Up to 12 inches of snow in some areas

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30 Dec 09 - Wales was worst hit yesterday with 8 to 12 inches
(20-30cm) of snow in places, while temperatures plunged to -18C
in Aberdeenshire, and snow drifts up to 4 feet deep were reported
in Derbyshire.

Temperatures are forecast to drop below freezing on New Year's
Eve with sleet, snow and rain almost certain to plunge the country
into chaos once again.

The Met Office issued severe weather warnings for Wales, the
West Midlands and South-West England, with some areas forecast
to pick up another 12 inches of snow.

"The snow will be heavy at times with drifting likely in strong
easterly winds, leading to blizzard conditions over hills," said
John Hammond from the Met Office.

See entire article, and photos: now-blows-Britain.html 

         "This isn't totally unprecedented," says reader Rhys Jaggar.
         "In fact the record lows in Braemar are well below -20C and
          it's certainly not unheard of to have a blanket of snow across
          all of Scotland.

         "But it just shows how much the temperature can change in
          the UK with the wind from the East, rather than the SW."

          (It also exposes the global warming hoax for just what is is ...
           a pack of lies.)





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