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UK weather: Snow continues to hit the UK

Published
28 February 2018
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Snowfall is continuing to cause disruption in parts of the UK as very cold air sweeps in from Russia.
Some people, though, have found ways to enjoy the freezing conditions.
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image captionSnow and freezing temperatures have caused problems with the roads in some parts of the UK, as seen here near Land's End
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image captionThe Met Office issued a red warning - the highest level - for extreme weather in Scotland
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image captionGlasgow Airport had heavy snow, with flights cancelled around the country
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image captionStaff have been hard at work clearing pathways, such as here in Helix Park, Falkirk
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image captionIn Edinburgh, streets were blanketed in snow
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image captionHeavy snow showers also affected London
image captionPedestrians and transport navigated their way through heavy snowfall at Oxford Circus
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image captionSome coastal areas were hit by snow, including Tynemouth beach
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image captionHowever, the freezing weather didn't stop Oli Adams from enjoying a chilly surf in Redcar
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image captionMeanwhile, others enjoyed the snowy slopes inland
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image captionSt Michael's Mount in Cornwall made for a picturesque scene
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image captionThe snow-covered dales of Ribble Valley also looked atmospheric
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image captionFrom Thursday, forecasters predict more snow, gales and sleet
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