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Waddaya know, the Daily Express Weather has got it right. Heavy snow is causing problems for travellers (and not just in London).
Yesterday the Daily Express Weather went big on the forecast, predicting that seven inches of snow would bring the UK grinding to a halt. Given its past form on weather stories, Paper Monitor half expected to wake to the usual grey skies and streets that typify February. No siree! The day started with a quick snowball fight.
There may be travel chaos, but how the spirits lift when picking your way along a street transformed into a winter wonderland, with complete strangers cracking smiles at each other as they skirt slushy patches.
The paper marks the occasion with a doom-laden article detailing the expected travel chaos, alongside lots of photos of cute animals in the snow. Ahhh, it's what this time of year is all about...
Even the Daily Telegraph joins in the fun, illustrating its front page with teenagers flinging snowballs at each other on Dartmoor. Sure enough, there are a few comely fillies among the warring factions.
How about the Independent - does it forget about global warming for a day? No, it does not (perhaps the wintry scenes outside Indy Towers will make tomorrow's paper).
So it's over to the Daily Mail to pick up the baton, in typical style: "HOW WILL NATURE, FOOLED INTO AN EARLY SPRING, COPE?" And by that, it means your pets and your garden.
"Keep a close eye on guinea pigs and rabbits... [dogs] which have little hair on their bodies may need dog clothing... winter-flowering honeysuckle might die..."
And the Sun? "BRITNEY: I DIDN'T HAVE SEX WITH SIX LESBIANS".
Yes, all present and correct in Newspaper Land.