Peter Foster and Malcolm Moore
Thursday, January 14th, 2010
January is on course to be the coldest for 37 years after temperatures in the first week of the month averaged minus 2.1 degrees.
Britain has not seen a snow-free day for four weeks, forecasters said.
Even discounting snowfall on Scottish mountains, it has snowed somewhere every day since December 17.
While a front of milder weather threatens to melt away the snow with the country returning to near normal conditions early next week – the snow and freezing temperatures could return by the following weekend.
Weathermen revealed in some parts of the country snow could be seen on the ground continuously since a week before Christmas with the North East and Suffolk blanketed with “continuous snow lying” since December 17.
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