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Red alert warnings issued for Scotland
The Met Office has issued it's first ever snow related alert for Scotland: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-43221384
If anyone is planning to travel to Scotland in the next week via Edinburgh / Glasgow, I recommend doing so only if it is safe and feasible. Many flights from Glasgow airport have been cancelled today and there will be a knock-on effect. Railway services are severely disrupted as well. If any of you are already in Edinburgh / Glasgow as part of your travel, I would recommend minimizing venturing out without the right gear.
However, for locals / photographers / snow lovers, this is another opportunity to take some "Scotland in the snow" pictures from your backyard / surroundings. Already seen some fine photos including this one. We can use this thread to share some photos from this week.
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