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 Ice Age Cometh? Coldest Weather for One Hundred Years Coming to Britain

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PostSubject: Ice Age Cometh? Coldest Weather for One Hundred Years Coming to Britain    Sun 18 Nov 2012, 16:12


Ice Age Cometh? Coldest Weather for One Hundred Years Coming to Britain




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The Daily Express
Sat, 17 Nov 2012 09:19 CST




A severe bout of cold weather looks to be heading Britain's way

Britain will grind to a halt within weeks as the most savage freeze for a century begins.


Temperatures will fall as low as minus 20C in rural areas, forecasters
warned last night, while heavy snow and "potentially dangerous"
blizzards will close roads and cripple rail networks.

James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, said: "We are looking at
some of the coldest and snowiest conditions in at least 100 years. This
is most likely to occur in the December to January period with the
potential for widespread major snowfall across the country.

"Parts of the North, Scotland and eastern England are likely to
experience a run of well below average temperatures, which will include
some potentially dangerous blizzard conditions at times."

He warned the South faces a bout of "unusually heavy snowfall" in December.

Leon Brown, meteorologist for The Weather Channel, said snow could
arrive as early as next weekend, with temperatures falling to minus 5C
in the North.

"There is a 30 per cent risk of some snow over lower levels in Scotland on Friday."

But before the big freeze arrives the problem will
be torrential rain and strong winds gusting up to 80mph. The Met Office
last night issued severe weather warnings for heavy rain in parts of the
North-west on Monday and Tuesday.

Forecaster Dan Williams said: "Low pressure is going to bring rain and
some strong gusts to parts of the country on Sunday night and into
Monday. It is going to be a very unsettled week after that with bursts
of rain and strong gusts throughout. Apart from Sunday, the weather will
be very changeable so that is when to make the most of it."

Jonathan Powell, of Vantage Weather Services, warned: "The ground is
already saturated from the wet summer, so flooding is a definite risk
next week." He said the worst of the big freeze would hit in January and
February when winter delivers a sting in the tail.

"We are looking at January and early February for winter to really bare
its teeth. Extreme low temperatures in rural areas, especially in the
North where minus 20C is not unlikely, with the possibility of
significant snow events."

Britain's "roller coaster" November has so far seen freezing
temperatures followed by almost spring-like conditions. Temperatures
rose by 22C in just 24 hours as milder weather triggered heavy rain in
Scotland and the North.

Temperatures topped 61F (16C) in England, while parts of Scotland
enjoyed their warmest November day since 2001. Just a day earlier Aboyne
in Aberdeenshire shivered in minus 6.1C

Source:-
http://poorrichards-blog.blogspot.fr/2012/11/ice-age-cometh-coldest-weather-for-one.html
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