Thursday, November 25, 2010
It's beginning to look a lot like England. Global warming hits the UK...
The big freeze begins with most widespread November snowfall in 17 years... and there's more to come
* London facing two inches of snow on Saturday
* Met Office issues severe warnings until the weekend
* Commuters told to prepare for chaos on roads and rail
Britain awoke to the most widespread November snowfall seen for 17 years this morning.
Parts of Scotland, the north of England and areas down the east coast were worst hit, with up to four inches of snow falling.
Major roads ground to a halt as motorists struggled with the icy conditions. By 9am the AA had received 3,000 calls from stranded drivers.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1332822/Big-freeze-begins-widespread-November-snowfall-17-year.html#ixzz16LY7LyMn