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Remember remember it snows in November

1st November, 2017

After such a mild October the last thing most of us have been thinking of as we approach Guy Fawkes’ Night is snow. But as the clocks have moved forward, so the prospect of snowfall has come a step closer.

Snow on the way
The latest weather forecast shows a colder pocket of air closing in on the UK with the chances of snow peaking in the early days of November. It is expected that there may well be a snow coating in Scotland and parts of northern England towards the middle of next week as a cold blast of air heads towards Britain. 

A snowy night to remember on 5 November
Wintry flurries could also fall as far south as Wales, the Midlands, Northern Ireland and the West Country. And the cold weather is expected to continue throughout November.

Snow charts show Scotland could be in the firing line for a lashing of the white stuff on 5 November. That’ll be a day to remember.

Do not let snow cause havoc on your premises
With many forecasters tipping this to be the coldest winter for five years, it is perhaps a timely reminder for those responsible for commercial or public premises that the snow, ice and frost can cause havoc if you are not prepared for it. 

We're ready to grit
So, with snow on the way, why not take action now to protect your customers, visitors and staff from the worst the winter weather can throw at your premises’ pavements, roads and car parks? Make sure your winter gritting and snow clearing is organised by giving is a call today on 01728 633900 for a quote tailored to your site. 

It is likely to snow on Guy Fawkes Night

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