Why is It Snowing in London? (And I'm Not Talking About London, Ontario)
So what do you think my chances are of flying into London's Heathrow (I'm leaving tomorrow) and then transferring across town to Gatwick to catch a flight to Spain now that six inches of snow have fallen there? One London newspaper headline reads, "Commuters Endure Travel Chaos as Snow Falls." And more snow is predicted. Latest news says that several airports are or have been closed, including Luton and Stansted in London. And Gatwick and Heathrow are reporting cancellations and delays. It gets better . . . London's Tube is experiencing "severe delays" and other train and bus service has been disrupted. I guess London typically gets even less snow than we do. Does anyone who has lived through a snowstorm in London have a story to tell? I'm especially interested in how long it takes them to dig out!
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