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Monday, January 14, 2013

Snow moves South as forecasters predict four inches... but that didn't stop this woman from going up Snowdon in HIGH HEELS


Britain may be bracing itself for up to four inches of snow but the first flurries to hit Wales did not discourage this woman from strapping on a pair of high heels to climb Mount Snowdon.

While the rest of her group plumped for the slightly more practical option of waterproof coats and trousers coupled with walking boots, this woman clearly decided fashion should come first as she scaled the rocky snow covered terrain in a pair of four inch heels, while carrying a handbag.
Weather forecasters have warned of snow fall of up to 10cm in parts of Britain, starting in Scotland and spreading slowly south today and overnight delivering a light dusting.

These walkers decided to make the most of the year's first flurry of snow by climbing Mount Snowdon. But one of their group is clearly not a hardened hiker, as instead of sensible walking boots she chose four inch heels

Snow on the high ground of the Yorkshire Wolds at Millington Pastures, near Pocklington, gives walkers a taste of the winter weather and snow that is forecast to effect many areas of the UK in coming days

Icy: Giant icicles hang from a verge in Teesdale, Durham as a blast of wintery weather arrived this afternoon

Snow day: Tourists take in the bleak and wintry surroundings at Lake Windermere in Cumbria

But a heavier load is expected to land over north Wales, central England and northern England on Monday.
Most of the areas will see between 2cm and 5cm settle while some areas such as Yorkshire will see up to 10cm settle.

Snow has already begun to fall in Scotland and will slowly spread south today and overnight delivering a light dusting, but a heavier load is expected across the country on Monday

The Met Office has a level two weather warning in place until Tuesday covering the whole of England, alerting residents to ice, snow and bitter temperatures.
It said: 'This weather could increase the health risks to vulnerable patients and disrupt the delivery of services.'
The RAC told motorists to cancel non-essential journeys, and commuters have been told to expect road and rail delays, many airports risk snow cancellations and some schools are expected to be closed.
Nick Prebble, a forecaster for MeteoGroup, the weather division of the Press Association, said: 'A lot of people will be waking up to snow in Scotland this morning and there will be a light dusting in north-east England and Yorkshire.

A cyclist runs the gauntlet on a hill in the Scottish borders. Most of the areas will see between 2cm and 5cm settle while some areas such as Yorkshire will see up to 10cm settles

Weather forecasters have warned that snow fall of up to 10cm in parts of Britain over the next 48 hours will cause travel disruption for many commuters tomorrow

'The snow will spread south-eastwards throughout the course of the day reaching Manchester, and overnight much of England will have snow flurries.
'But it will be throughout Monday when the heaviest snow falls, affecting central and east England and northern Wales.
'Those areas will see between 2cm and 5cm by the end of the day, but there is the potential for up to 10cm locally.
'It will be quite disruptive throughout the day before it clears on Monday night.
'Temperatures will be noticeably cold for most of England, barely above one degree where the snow falls and around six degrees in western areas of England.'
He added that the cold weather is likely to linger for the week with the possibility of more light snow flurries in central and eastern England.
Online retailer Amazon said sales of sledges had surged by 600per cent, and customers were also investing in snow shovels.

Triumphant: Robert Frew, 23, from Lanark celebrates in Argyle Forest Park after climbing to the summit of Ben Venue in Stirlingshire

source: dailymail

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