Britains to face chill, heavy snowfall

LONDON: Britain get ready to face a record-breaking and historical weather during the winter 2013-14,  which is likely to see one of the coldest and snowiest starts in a very long time.
The meteorological czars of Britain have forcasted freezing temperature and heavy snowfall during the winter 2013 and 2014 and they have forecasted a dip in temperature as well as heavy snowfall. This winter could be the worst for decades as it is clear at something on a par with 2010 when Britain was hit by particularly bad big freeze.
The weather forecast for winter 2013 and 2014, released by concerned departments the weather will be very harsh than ever with above-average snowfall and plunging temperatures. These forecast warnings come as temperatures starts to skip downwards, which would give people are worst winter taste.
Britain will see snow drifts of several feet and long-lasting snow accumulations on a widespread scale, the forecasters warned, adding that bitter Arctic gales leading to feet-deep snow drifts right up until February.
Britain is expected to face an exceptionally prolonged period of widespread cold is highly likely to develop throughout this winter and last into next spring. Snow forecasts for winter 2013 suggest much of the country will be hit by heavy wintry downpours with no let up well into next year. However they said winter could bring chaos similar to the big freeze of 2010/11 which saw airports close and roads grind to a standstill for months.
The scenario similar to December 2010 is likely to develop, but on a more prolonged scale in terms of overall duration, while January is likely to bring the worst of the weather although Britain will shiver in below-average temperatures for the next three months.

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