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UK hit by unseasonable snow

The Met Office has issued a weather warning as snow moved south affecting roads in Northern England causing poor visibility and icy conditions

UK hit by unseasonable snow
Sam Cunningham enjoys some skiing at Glenshee on April 4, 2012 in Glenshee, Scotland. The Met Office issued a weather warning as snow moved south affecting roads in Northern England causing poor visibility and icy conditions. (Getty Images)
UK hit by unseasonable snow
Two girls sit on sculptures amid the snow at Glenshee on April 4, 2012 in Glenshee, Scotland. The Met Office issued a weather warning as snow moved south affecting roads in northern England causing poor visibility and icy conditions. (Getty Images)
UK hit by unseasonable snow
Paul Cunningham enjoys some skiing at Glenshee on April 4, 2012 in Glenshee, Scotland. The Met Office issued a weather warning as snow moved south affecting roads in Northern England causing poor visibility and icy conditions. (Getty Images)
UK hit by unseasonable snow
A pheasant walks through the snow in Glen Gairn on April 4, 2012 in Ballater, Scotland. The Met Office issued a weather warning as snow moved south affecting roads in Northern England causing poor visibility and icy conditions. (Getty Images)
UK hit by unseasonable snow
Paul, Terry and Sam Cunnigham enjoy some skiing at Glenshee on April 4, 2012 in Glenshee, Scotland. The Met Office issued a weather warning as snow moved south affecting roads in Northern England causing poor visibility and icy conditions. (Getty Images)
UK hit by unseasonable snow
A pheasant walks through the snow in Glen Gairn on April 4, 2012 in Ballater, Scotland. The Met Office issued a weather warning as snow moved south affecting roads in Northern England causing poor visibility and icy conditions. (Getty Images)
UK hit by unseasonable snow
Two girls enjoy sledging at Glenshee on April 4, 2012 in Glenshee, Scotland. The Met Office issued a weather warning as snow moved south affecting roads in northern England causing poor visibility and icy conditions. (Getty Images)