Written by Monkey Woods
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Topics: Weather, Snow

Friday, 6 February 2009

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A scene from somewhere, but NOT Britain!

Snowfall affected many areas of Great Britain again today, bringing roads to a standstill, and closing many schools across the country.

Millions of bone idle workers decided to start the weekend early when trains and buses cancelled scheduled services, and the nation's children took the opportunity to get some extra kip, before shaking the dust of their sledges, and going sledding.

In Dorset, roads became 'blocked' when trillions of flakes of snow fell on them, and it was much the same all over the UK.

In Doncaster, sleet came out of the sky, much of it eventually dropping on the heads of people who were innocently trying to get somewhere or do something.

Police say that many roads are now 'impassable', and have warned motorists to travel "only if they absolutely have to", or if their travel plans involve beer or fags.

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