The Most Incredible Photos Of Heavy Snow From Across The UK Today

 

AS snow falls across the UK and turns the country white, here are the most incredible photos of the snow from across the UK.

An ethereal sunrise was seen over a picturesque snowy landscape in the Hope Valley in the Peak District as heavy snowfall hit central England.

A man went sledging down on his front, cyclists braved snowy slopes and a dog walker strode out near Mam Tor in the Peak District this morning.

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Snow pictures: A snowy photo from the Peak District in central England

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Snow pictures: A snowy photo from the Peak District in central England

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Snow pictures: A snowy photo from the Peak District in central England

Families have also been pictured out sledging in the Brecon Beacons in Wales in front of a stunning backdrop of snowy mountains.

Almost 12 inches of snow (30cm) have fallen in Sennybridge in the Brecon Beacons so far today.

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Snow pictures: A snowy photo from the Brecon Beacons in Wales

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Snow pictures: A snowy photo from the Brecon Beacons in Wales

Many Londoners woke up to snow this morning and an amazed dog was pictured sniffing the first snow to settle in Wanstead in London this morning.

A snow-covered bus was seen stranded in Camden as heavy snowfall caused widespread disruption, closing roads and grounding flights at airports.

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Snow pictures: A snowy photo from London, the UK’s capital city

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Snow pictures: A snowy photo from London, the UK’s capital city

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Snow pictures: A snowy photo from Birmingham Airport

Planes were seen grounded at Birmingham airport, while flights were also suspended at London Luton airport due to snow this morning.

High Wycombe, north-west of London, got five and a half inches (14cm) of snow, while Hereford saw more than six inches (16cm).

A man was pictured walking past a snow-covered phone box in Marlow, Buckinghamshire.

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Snow pictures: A snowy photo taken in Buckinghamshire, England

Met Office meteorologist Luke Miall said it was “bone chillingly cold” and icy across central parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England.

He said: “We then run into this area of rain, sleet and yes quite a lot of snow through this central swathe.

“And that snow will continue through much of the day, 10-20cm falling in places. It really is going to be quite disruptive.”

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