Snow blanketed London on Sunday, December 11th. The rare event forced some schools and businesses to close on Monday, making it “unsafe” to travel on icy roads.
Monday was recorded as the UK’s coldest day, with temperatures dropping to a dangerous -15.7 in northern Scotland, the coldest since December 2010. That’s why the Japan Meteorological Agency issued a yellow snow and ice warning. It warned that some pavements and roads could freeze dangerously, and the public should take great care to avoid icy areas that could lead to accidents. I have.
Looking out over the turmoil caused by this extreme weather change, we have to take the time to marvel at how dramatically our environment has transformed overnight into a winter wonderland. Local parks Stratford Park and Central Park are unrecognizable under a layer of snow.
Many of us are hoping this snow spell will last until Christmas or then return. may need to be smashed. According to his Oddschecker, an odds comparison site, he has a 20% chance of snow in London on Christmas.
https://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/news/23189642.beautiful-sights-see-snowfall-london/?ref=rss A beautiful sight to see with snowfall in London