February 26, 2010
Filed under scotland, UK
Tags: Britain, brrr, chilly, climate, climate change, cold, cold record, coldest winter, freeze, freezing, global cooling, Global Freeze, global freezing, global warming, record cold, scotland, temperature, temperatures, UK, unusual cold, unusually cold, weather, winter
February 6, 2010
Filed under scotland, UK
Tags: brrr, chilly, climate, climate change, cold, cold record, coldest winter, freezing, global cooling, Global Freeze, global warming, record cold, scotland, snow, snowfall, sub-zero temperatures, temperature, temperatures, weather, winter
2 February 2010
Scotland has suffered some of the coldest winter months in almost 100 years, the Met Office has confirmed.
By combining the temperatures of January and December it showed they were the coldest since 1914 – the year data started being logged.
June 6, 2009
Filed under UK
Tags: Britain, Britain Summer Snow, brrr, Cairngorms, chilly, climate change, cold, cold snap, Cross Fell, Cumbrian, freezing, global cooling, Global Freeze, global freezing, global warming, late snow, late snowfall, Pennines, Penrith, scotland, shivering in summer, snow, snowfall, snowman, summer, summer snow, summer snowfall, Teesdale, temperature, temperatures, UK, unseasonal snow, Weardale
It’s June…so it must be snowing: From sweltering to shivering in just a week, it could only happen in the great British summer
6th June 2009
Five days ago we were flocking to the beach, queueing for ice-creams and slathering on the sunscreen.
Yesterday, we were shivering in summer’s first dusting of snow. Yes, snow.
19 April 2009
Changing climate patterns threaten the rare black grouse, with numbers believed to have fallen by 40% in two years in the Pennines. Consecutive cold, wet summers, the worst conditions in almost two decades, have set back recovery, with the number of males dropping from 1,200 to 850.
13 February 2009
IT’S official – Edinburgh is in the midst of one of the coldest Februarys on record, and the icy conditions are set to stay with us for up to a month.
February 2, 2009
Filed under england, scotland, UK, wales
Tags: Arctic winds, Britain, chilly, climate, climate change, cold, england, extreme weather event, freezing, freezing temperatures, Gatwick, global cooling, Global Freeze, global warming, Hypothermia, London, Manchester, met office, Portsmouth, scotland, snow, snowfall, snowstorm, temperature, temperatures, UK, wales, weather, winter
01 Feb 2009
Arctic blizzards are set to cause a national shutdown on Monday as forecasters warn of the most widespread snowfall for almost 20 years.
December 8, 2008
Filed under Alaska, Austria, Canada, Europe, France, Norway, scotland, spain, Switzerland, UK, USA, Vermont
Tags: Alaska, Alberta, Austria, Canada, chilly, climate, climate change, cold, Colorado, Europe, France, global cooling, Global Freeze, global warming, Japan, Maine, Norway, Pyrenees, scotland, ski, snow, snowfalls, spain, switzerland, UK, Vail, Vermont, weather, winter
04 December 2008
ANOTHER blast of Arctic-like weather is predicted for Scotland today, with blizzards and sub-zero temperatures expected to close schools and disrupt travel.
The Met Office warned there was a high risk of severe weather affecting parts of Scotland and northern England. Heavy and persistent snow is forecast, with up to 5cm in low-lying areas and up to 20cm on higher ground.
November 18, 2008
Heavy snow and freezing gales are forecast to hit the UK this weekend as the country gets a blast of Arctic weather.
Blizzards are predicted for Scotland and most of the eastern coast of England, where temperatures could drop as low as -5C.
The Met Office is warning of heavy snow showers and biting winds of up to 70mph in exposed coastal and hilly areas.