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Snowy blast to put Britain back in the freezer tomorrow as temperatures fall to minus 13 again


'You can't park there!': A giant snowball with a parking ticket on it yesterday in Chiswick, west London

Another blast of icy weather could see much of the country covered in snow again tomorrow night.
The East Midlands and East Anglia will be worst affected, with temperatures down to minus 13c (9f) tonight, several degrees colder than within the Arctic Circle, and it could be the coldest night of the winter so far.
A Met Office spokesman said there would be more of a ‘dusting’ than a blanket of snow during Friday and Saturday, but it could affect most parts.

Freezing: Codie, a lioness, plays in the snow at Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire

Today and most of tomorrow will be dry, with bright spells but temperatures not rising above 3c (37f) in most places. Only the south-west coast is likely to be milder, with 7c (45f) forecast in Plymouth.
Friday will see up to an inch of snow, mostly in the east and centre of the country, and moving north on Saturday. However, the north and west will be milder and could have rain.

Cold: Race horses are exercised on the snowy gallops in Malton, North Yorkshire. Race meetings at Sedgefield and Market Rasen were been abandoned due to snow and ice on the courses

Dan Williams, of the Met Office, said: ‘There’s cold air coming in from the east and warm air pushing in from the west, which could result in wintry showers bringing rain, sleet and possibly more snow.’
An award-winning businesswoman has died after apparently collapsing in the snow.

Big cat in the big freeze: Lioness Tyra wasn't put off by the snow, at Woburn Safari Park, Bedfordshire. The eight year-old was soon jumping over snow-covered logs after finding her enclosure had been transformed by the cold snap

Going through their paces: Race horses are exercised on the snowy gallops in Malton, North Yorkshire

A zebra and a female blackbuck at Port Lympne, a wild animal park, in the show yesterday. The blackbuck is native to India

Plunging temperatures: A roan antelope, left and a male red lechwe, right, which is from Southern Africa, at The Aspinall Foundation's Port Lympne park, near Hythe, Kent, yesterday

source: dailymail