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    Well, you're unlikely to see more than a few mm in London! Perhaps try Edinburgh or Dundee in Scitland over 3 years ago

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    I would expect to see snow in the Cairngorms in Scotland, but probably not until December or January, don't even think of London, it's a city and as such, snow of there is any, soon melts. over 3 years ago

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    There is scarcely any snow in London, just (may be) some dirty semi-frozen water ;).

    Best city for finding snow is Aberdeen, but don't be to sure finding really snow even there. If you really want to do your work completely, visit the small town Braemar (about 1000 inhabitants): From Aberdeen about 100 km/two hour's drive or take some busses (normally Stagecoach-bus 202 to Banchory and a change for 201, but ask at the bus station) and expect about four hour including connection time and a short meal break in Ballater. Braemar is placed amidst 1100-1200 meter high mountains and has a temperature below zero degrees (Celsius) in average more than 100 days during the winter season. over 3 years ago

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    May be Bath? It is a UNESCO World Heritage City. Check these free audio tours to make a decision http://izi.travel/?city=58a04b13-8a3d-479f-9aca-5a2a1e87e8bc over 3 years ago

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    Not Bath, that's in the south west. You need somewhere in the north. Look at a map! over 3 years ago

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    Check out Scottish highlands. Lots of snow there. over 3 years ago

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    But not yet! Wait till about January or February over 3 years ago

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