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December 17, 2010
A novelty bird feeder is buried during a blizzard in a garden in the village of Waterfoot December 17,...
WATERFOOT, United Kingdom
A novelty bird feeder is buried during a blizzard in a garden in the village of Waterfoot
A novelty bird feeder is buried during a blizzard in a garden in the village of Waterfoot December 17, 2010, as Northern Ireland experiences some of it's heaviest snowfalls in thirty years. A fresh blast of snow threatened to throw Britain's roads and railways into disarray in the run-up to Christmas, as winter tightened its grip on the country for the second time this year. This December is likely to be the coldest since digital records began in 1910 if temperatures in the second half of the month are as low as they have been in the first, said Helen Chivers, a forecaster at the Met Office. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
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