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Snow predicted for London again

PUBLISHED: 16:52 01 December 2010

Ducks in Victoria Park

Ducks in Victoria Park

Carmen Valino

Weather boffins urge people to be ready for cold weather.

A SEVERE weather warning has been called for London as more snow is expected to hit the East End.

The Met Office is predicting snow fall from around 9pm tonight until around 6am Thursday morning.

All transport links are expected to run slower as a result of the adverse weather and the Met Office is calling on Hackney residents to ‘be prepared’.

With temperatures dropping ice is likely to be the greatest danger for those on the pavements and roads.

If you have any pictures of snow, ice or anything to do with the freezing weather send them to us at ela.editorial@archant.co.uk

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