The terrible snowdrifts of the winter of 2013-14

terible snowdrifts

Truck and car park, Alexander Palace.

Re-post and deja-vu from two years back, when the UK was also blighted by a repetitive weather pattern that saw wave after wave of rainfall pounding the country on a mild SW airstream – the first winter in living memory when not a single snowflake was spotted falling from the sky in southern England.
The same phenomenon is repeating itself, at least during this year’s December element of winter, where floods and spring-like temperatures have been the norm.

The title of the Work pertaining to what giant snowdrifts look like when, due to climate change, winter temperatures don’t hack it any more.

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