Fenland prepares for coldest winter after record breaking autumn

AS the hottest autumn the country’s seen in six years draws to an end, Fenland prepares for one of the coldest winters ever.

Experts believe the worst temperatures will hit the area around New Years falling way below the average for the time of year.

After last year’s snowstorms that brought the region to a standstill many are forecasting further snow this winter but there’s a 10 per cent chance Fenland is set for a white Christmas.

The Environment Agency fears the wet weather predicted by the Met Office in the next month will not propel East Anglia out of the drought that has dogged this year.

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