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Heavy snow shuts Birmingham Airport, BBC News
Saturday, February 20th 2010, 6:27 AM GMT
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Met Office warns Britain to brace itself for more heavy snow
Monday, February 15th 2010, 4:03 PM GMT
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More winter chaos is on the way this week with parts of Britain expected to wake to a fresh blanket of snow on Wednesday.

The South East is forecast to see the worst of the freezing weather, with up to four inches falling on high ground in Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Sussex and Kent.

Lower ground, including London, can expect up to two inches of snow overnight

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GET READY FOR SNOW STORMS
Monday, February 15th 2010, 4:47 AM GMT
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BRITAIN’S big freeze will continue this week with more snow and bitter conditions until the end of the month.

Temperatures will stay freezing as heavy rain and strong winds sweep down from the North.

Snow last week hit areas such as, left, Allendale, Northumber- land, with further flurries in the South-east, central England and northern Scotland this week.
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Global Warming Debate Heats Up in Wake of Record Snowstorms by Blake Snow, FoxNews.com
Saturday, February 13th 2010, 9:06 PM GMT
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Scientists and politicians on both sides of the climate change debate have been pointing to the record-breaking snowstorms in the Mid-Atlantic states to promote their theories on the earth's changing temperatures -- and the debate is getting downright nasty.

Scientists and politicians on both sides of the climate change debate have been pointing to the record-breaking snowstorms in the Mid-Atlantic states to promote their theories on the earth's changing temperatures -- and the debate is getting downright nasty.

Joseph Romm, a climate change expert and former Energy Department official; Jeff Masters, a meteorologist who writes on the Weather Underground blog; and others argue that this winter's snowstorms are, counterintuitively, evidence of global warming and not cooling.
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Friday, February 12th 2010, 10:43 AM GMT
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Wintry weather to continue into next week, by David Millward, Transport Editor, The Telegraph
Thursday, February 11th 2010, 4:11 PM GMT
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Wintry weather is set to continue into half term next week with little sign of a respite in the chilly spell which has enveloped Britain

Meteorologists predicted that more snow, sleet, rain and freezing fog are on the way.

"It is likely to be unsettled again after the weekend," a spokesman said. "It could be absolutely anywhere, although snow is more likely on higher ground".

Today saw more heavy snow and ice, especially in East Sussex and Kent with more than five inches falling in some areas.

Main roads in both counties, including the A259 which links Eastbourne with Bexhill-on-Sea were particularly treacherous. The AA was bracing itself to handle 14,000 breakdowns, compared to 9,000 on a normal Thursday.

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ICE ALERT ALL OVER BRITAIN
Thursday, February 11th 2010, 10:43 AM GMT
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HUGE swathes of the country are today facing fresh travel chaos from yet more snow and ice.


The Met Office last night extended wintry weather warnings from the south east to most of England.

It predicted heavy snow and icy roads overnight for London, the south east and East Anglia and icy roads in the east Midlands, Yorkshire, Humberside and the North East.

The worst affected area is likely to be Kent with up to four inches of snow, but East Anglia can expect up to two inches.

Snow showers and ice yesterday were already causing problems with police called to 60 minor accidents in Norfolk.

The latest cold snap in the worst winter for 30 years comes with councils admitting salt supplies are stretched.

The cold has already claimed one famous victim – a 1,200 year-old tree which featured on the BBC’s Countryfile.

The Great Oak at the Gates of the Dead, near Chirk, north-east Wales, is facing the axe after it split down the middle.
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Fresh snow disrupts travel in south-east England
Thursday, February 11th 2010, 10:21 AM GMT
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Severe weather in Kent and East Sussex closes shools and causes road and rail delays

Severe winter weather returned to south-east England today, causing renewed travel disruption.

Kent and East Sussex were worst hit by overnight snowfall, with accumulations of up to 10cm in places. More was forecast for this morning, with high winds likely to create deeper-lying snow in places.

The cold snap is expected to last until the weekend, but is not forecast to be as severe as conditions last month.

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Source Link: guardian.co.uk
Met Office warns of snow and freezing temperatures
Wednesday, February 10th 2010, 1:39 PM GMT
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The Met Office has warned of heavy snow in south-east England later today. It has also issued severe weather warnings across the east of Britain and predicted freezing temperatures.

Some parts of Kent could be hit by up to 10cm of snow overnight, which could cause disruption for commuters.

A flash warning of icy roads was issued for much of the east of the UK this morning, as widespread frost created difficult driving conditions.

Met Office forecaster Helen Chivers said it was only a small area of the country that faced the prospect of heavy snowfalls.

"As we go into this evening and overnight the risk for particularly the extreme south-east of Kent increases," she said. "The majority of the snow showers will be over the Dover Strait, but there is a risk this part of Kent could get 2-5cm, possibly up to 10cm."

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More DANGEROUS WARNINGS issued by WeatherAction.com from Piers Corbyn
Wednesday, February 10th 2010, 10:26 AM GMT
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