Could 2009 be a White Christmas?
A blanket of snow continued to linger in parts of north London today raising hopes that this could be the first White Christmas since 1895. Some bookies have slashed their odds to 2/1 since heavy snow began to fall on Monday afternoon. But The M
A blanket of snow continued to linger in parts of north London on Christmas Eve raising hope that this could be the first White Christmas since 1895.
Some bookies have slashed their odds to 2/1 since heavy snow began to fall on Monday afternoon.
But The Met Office is not predicting wintry conditions tomorrow as yet. A cloudy day has been forecast for London and the southeast.
While many people suffered with the arctic conditions this week (see story below), some have seized the chance to enjoy fun in the snow.
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This picture was taken outside Highgate Golf Club.
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