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Monday, January 21, 2013

Blizzards, black ice... and now for the FLOODS: Fresh falls hit Britain as thaw starts in the south (but there's more snow to come)

-Flood warnings in South, Wales, Anglia and North East, thanks to a mix of sleet, snow and the threat of rain
-More snow expected later today and early part of the week and it will keep falling for four more days
-Britain will be gripped by treacherous conditions as snow turns to ice, forecasters have warned
-It comes as a 26-year-old woman dies after skidding off road Oxfordshire and hitting a tree
-Freezing temperatures expected to keep the country white for two weeks as cold snap refuses to let the snows thaw

By SAM WEBB and AMANDA WILLIAMS

A gritting lorry grits the A1 motorway as cars try to drive through a snow blizzard between Stevenage and Hitchin in Hertfordshire this evening

Britain is currently in the grip of treacherous and icy roads, airport misery and delayed trains - and now there are flood warnings in place in large swathes of the country.

A train cuts through snow between Stevenage and Hitchin as the snow which has been on going for the last 24 hours all over the UK continues to fall

Train operators implemented reduced services which are set to continue tomorrow, and at Heathrow Airport - the world's busiest two-runway airport - more flights were cancelled for a third successive day.
Tens of thousands of air passengers faced travel disruption with around 260 flights - a fifth of all flights - cancelled as a result of 'poor visibility'.
Parts of the South East, South West, East Coast and North East all have flood warnings of varying severity thanks to a mix of sleet, snow and the threat of rain.
Rail commuters in the south also face a miserable Monday after Southern Rail and South West Trains announced revised timetables and even station closures.

A woman is airlifted to hospital by the Great North Air Ambulance after injuring her leg in a sledging accident in Great Ayton, North Yorkshire today. Britain is currently in the grip of treacherous and icy roads, airport misery and delayed trains

Children play along The Leys in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, where residents have made a super sledging run in the road. Local children even prevented council workers from salting the road by sitting down across the road to block the gritters

Kyle Hurley, eight, slides along The Leys in Chipping Norton. Families across Britain made the most of the snow over the weekend

Everyone who lives in the Leys seems to love the sledging run and have even joked that they want to apply for a ski lift to be installed for future years fun

Deluge: The south of the UK was hit with heavy snow, leaving the city of Southampton in Hampshire with a thick covering

Charity: Mark Smithies and Jess Railton, both 20, prepare for a second night camping in their Igloo for Charity. They have raised £400 so far for homeless charity 'Crisis' by sleeping rough in the cold

Tourist and siteseers cross the River Thames on the Millennium Bridge in the shadow of St Paul's

Stark beauty: The freezing River Dee in Llangollen, North Wales

Cute: Billy the Eagle Owl gets wrapped up for the snow after birthday girl May Eastland, 4, from Portsmouth, lent him her new scarf and a tiny hat to keep him warm

A woman walks through a line of snow-covered trees in Clifton, Bristol, as snow grips the South West

Daredevil: Mr Smith clutched an extension lead attached to a 4x4 and was filmed by his friends

The Brecon and Monmouthshire canal frozen over in the village of Llangynidr in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Powys, Wales

source: dailymail



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