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Earth observation scientists at the University of Leicester have recorded stunning images of the UKs winter landscape by orbiting satellites.
European Space Agency satellite instruments have been observing the icy blast in the UK from their vantage points in space.
Leicester scientists have used two instruments, MERIS and AATSR, which have returned stunning images of a snow-bound UK from observations on November 29th and December 1st.

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The UK is entering a prolonged cold snap which could bring one of the earliest significant snowfalls since 1993, according to weather forecasters.
Northern and eastern parts of the UK are expected to bear the brunt of the wintry conditions.

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The Met Office is to stop publishing seasonal forecasts, after it came in for criticism for failing to predict extreme weather.
It was berated for not foreseeing that the UK would suffer this cold winter or the last three wet summers in its seasonal forecasts.
The forecasts, four times a year, will be replaced by monthly predictions.

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Fullscreenweather a full-screen weather viewer.

Weather Underground have released a new service called Full Screen Weather that combines Google Maps with weather data.
Just enter a location and Full Screen Weather will give you the current conditions and a brief forecast for your region.

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Snow storms and widespread icy conditions are set to be followed by bitterly cold winds and "penetrating frosts" overnight, forecasters warned.
The Met Office said temperatures could fall to as low as -20C in England.

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A second wave of moisture from the Pacific will bring periods of light to moderate rain and blustery winds well into tonight, with wind gusts hitting 30 to 40 mph late today, mostly in the eastern-most foothills of Orange County, says the National Weather Service. We're in the middle of a weekend of off-and-on rain that will drop an estimated half-inch to 1.5" of precipitation on the coastal plain and foothills before the weather starts to clear late Sunday, forecasters say.
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