Weather and seasons of the year – Winter, The weather in Britain
Winter is the coldest season of the year. When the temperature is below zero everything is freezing. There is a lot of snow in the mountains. People like going to the mountains and skiing.
Rivers and lakes are frozen and children and young people like skating on the ice. There are some days when snow falls heavily all day. There are snow-drifts everywhere. Children are happy because they can pelt one another with snowballs, sled or make snowmen.
But the adults are often unhappy. It’s slippery in the streets and it is dangerous to drive a car. When the temperature is above zero, the snow begins to thaw. Then it is muddy
In Britain, the weather is very changeable. It rains a lot. But the sun often shines too. Winters can be fairly cold, with an average temperature of 4 ˚C (degrees Centigrade) and there is often snow.
Summers can be cool or warm, with an average temperature of 20 °. It is often cloudy, and sometimes there are grey skies for days or weeks. Days are long in summer and short in winter. There is sometimes fog, but not so often as foreigners think. British people never know what tomorrow’s weather will be like.
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