Bootle saw a near white-out around 7.30am on 18th November as a huge storm hit the Sefton coast. Lightning, thunder, hail and snow hit the Town almost all at once. Here are a few shots of the near white-out that lasted for only a couple of hours:-
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Lydiate in the snow 26th December 2014
The half expected snow fall arrived on Boxing Day but it was soon gone. The Liverpool Echo has some nice shots of the snow on its web site from around the city at:-
Britain braced for snow
Liverpool Road North, Maghull – December 2010
Forecasters have warned that Britain could be hit with eight inches of snow that could bring travel chaos for motorists on Monday morning. The Met Office said that a bitter Arctic blast will sweep in from northern Europe late on Sunday with the potential to bring huge parts of the country to a standstill. Scotland, upland areas of northern England and the Welsh mountains will bear the brunt of the weather, which could last well into next week. Councils across Britain have already started sending out the gritting lorries as temperatures drop.
Maghull – Icicles December 2010
Poor old Sefton Council got a real hammering for not being able to cope with that spell of ice and snow. Surely it must be better prepared should it happen again………?