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Snow has fallen across parts of the UK, and parts of the UK have lost their collective minds.
Dubbed The Beast from the East, the spell of frozen weather has prompted some people to go into apocalytic-hoarder mode and clear supermarket aisles.
According to Metro, Asda shelves are standing empty as people have stocked up on produce.
The UK public can’t hear the word ‘snow’ without simultaneously thinking ‘Heinz tomato soup’. It’s a recognised phe… https://t.co/B1B6guXTUf — Juliet McKee💙 (@Juliet McKee💙)
No one panic buys like the Brits, #SNOWMAGGEDON is still a couple of days away 🙈😂 https://t.co/xF1uT1HhPQ — Lenore (@Lenore)
London snow day 2: The entire city panics. Traffic wardens slide down the roads on their tummies like penguins. Del… https://t.co/KirsCF4S9y — TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon)
Stop it. #Snowmageddon #londonsnow https://t.co/4mlMXfbTYL — Nicola Heath (@Nicola Heath)
So there’s a girl casually skiing round soho. #beastfromtheast #londonsnow https://t.co/N9bBEdmyCd — Michael Sturrock (@Michael Sturrock)
UK weather - live updates: Trains and flights cancelled as 'Beast from the East' brings snow and freezing temperatu… https://t.co/eLGhRsJp3d — Camerons Stiff & Co (@Camerons Stiff & Co)
What a difference 5 minutes makes 😂 #beastfromtheast #UKsnow #london #blizzard #snow #ismellsnow https://t.co/qQ12b70rr1 — Amanda (@Amanda)
Chasing #SNOWMAGGEDON in #Sussex with @bambcreative @virealmedia https://t.co/8xCRcm5ItN — AvantPhoto (@AvantPhoto)
Holy shit. Never seen a snow storm like this in London before. Insane. — PEACHII (@PEACHII)
Is it #snowing near you? Let us know! Describe the weather in 3 words followed by your nearest town using… https://t.co/3pkwTWJtPO — Met Office (@Met Office)
Everybody looking at the snow the same way the characters in game of thrones looked at it at the end of season 7. 😂😂 https://t.co/6GfLr9tyiL — Dereck McNamara (@Dereck McNamara)
The Met Office issued a yellow warning, with “potential for travel delays on roads, with some stranded vehicles and passengers, as well as delays or cancellations to rail and air travel. Some rural communities could become cut off”.
Do take care. Just don't get hysterical.
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