Thing of the past strikes the UK.

“Children just wont know what snow is.”

What they really meant was that snow is going to hit at unprecedented levels from now on, as it has been doing since those comments were made 5 years ago.

A cold snap from the Arctic caused snow and  freezing temperatures across much of the UK yesterday.

As most people enjoyed the extra hour in bed  as the clocks went back, the mild temperatures of the week gave way to  ‘exceptional cold’, according to the Met Office.

Some parts of the UK were as cold as Moscow  and snow settled in Scotland and the north of England. The Cairngorms in the  Highlands of Scotland was hit hardest, with -7.3C.

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