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    More Snow in England, Wales, as New Storm Hits

    By Story by Jim Andrews, AccuWeather.com Senior Forecaster
    January 10, 2011, 3:14:34 AM EST

    Snow has fallen anew in the United Kingdom on Friday as another winter storm targets western Europe.

    This latest storm has laid down up to 10 cm, or 4 inches, of snow over the English Midlands into parts of the north and neighboring Wales.

    Snow fell for a time in the cities of Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Bradford, coating roads and airport runways.

    Some flight delays and cancelations were reported.

    Meanwhile, in London and elsewhere in the south and southwest of England, soaking rain, rather than snow, was the primary aspect of the storm with temperatures soaring above 10 degrees C, or 50 degrees F.

    Elsewhere in Europe, the storm, which was making its way across England headed for the North Sea and Scandinavia, was steering mild air through France into Germany and the Low Countries.

    In snow-clad Germany, the storm's warmth and rain were working to thaw some of the unusually widespread snow cover on Friday.

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