Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Britain Colder Than Siberia...

Temperatures are set to be well below average, with highs of just 3C (37F) in Edinburgh and Aberdeen yesterday, compared to 9C (48F) in Tomsk in Siberia and 8C (46F) in Greenland.

Temperatures in parts of Britain are expected to sink to -5C (23F) in the coming days with further icy gales and snow on the way.

Unseasonable cold weather is expected to last at least until the weekend with some forecasters predicting bitter conditions throughout next month.

Parts of Britain woke to a dusting of snow yesterday with flurries reported in London, Kent Plymouth, Suffolk and the North.

Wintry storms in the capital triggered rare “thundersnow”, a combination of snowfall and intense thunder more common in winter .... http://www.express.co.uk