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PostSubject: Heavy snow set to continue to fall across the UK    Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:43 am

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Heavy snow is set to continue to spread across much of the UK on Sunday, with north-east England and eastern Scotland bearing the brunt of it overnight.

Temperatures early on Sunday are expected to drop below zero across the UK, with minus 7C quite common.

Northern Ireland could see snowfall in the afternoon of up to 10cm (3.9in) - resulting in likely travel disruption.

BBC weather forecaster Simon King said Siberian winds from Monday will also make the cold weather feel worse.

Met Office severe weather warnings for heavy snow and widespread ice remain in place for eastern Scotland, north east England, down to Yorkshire and Humber.

Mr King said the snow was drifting westwards across the southern uplands and central lowlands of Scotland - with up to 15cm (5.9in) expected in some areas.

He added that although there would be some sunshine in many parts of the UK, including East Anglia and North Wales later on Sunday, Northumberland, Durham, Nottingham and the Chilterns could expect further snow showers.

Cloud was forecast for Devon and Cornwall but Mr King said temperatures would remain low.

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Check if snow is forecast in your area at BBC Weather
Details of motorway and local road closures and public transport disruption are available at BBC Travel News
For advice on handling difficult driving conditions, see the Highways Agency website
For information about severe weather warnings, see the Met Office website
For information about staying healthy in the cold weather, see the NHS Winter Health website
Up to 40cms (16in) fell in parts of north-east England and Scotland on Saturday - said to be the most widespread snow at this time of year since 1993.

The cold weather has caused much disruption since Thursday.

Several weekend sporting fixtures were cancelled, including race meetings and the FA Cup second round fixtures involving Hartlepool United against Yeovil Town and Notts County against Bournemouth.

Several football matches in Scotland, including Sunday's Alba Cup final, were also called off.

But Newcastle United have drafted in extra staff to try to ensure Sunday's clash with Chelsea goes ahead.

A spokesman for Northumbria Police warned: "Anyone going outside should consider whether their journey is critical and if they must venture out should dress appropriately."

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PostSubject: Re: Heavy snow set to continue to fall across the UK    Thu Dec 23, 2010 1:49 am

Gael Kakuta signs Chelsea contract extension

Kakuta is yet to establish himself as a Chelsea regular
Chelsea forward Gael Kakuta has signed a new four-and-a-half-year contract to keep him at the club until 2015.
The 19-year-old joined the club in July 2007 but had to wait until November 2009 to make his first-team debut.
However he has been a regular squad member this season with manager Carlo Ancelotti forced to contend with injuries to senior players.
"I have to make a way for myself into the starting 11 and make my dream come true," Kakuta told Chelsea's website.
"Since I signed for Chelsea when I was 16 all I was thinking about was to get to the first team.
"It's my job to do my best and try to play more often and show the coach that I am good enough to play in the team."
Kakuta helped France win the European Under-19 Championship this summer and was also voted Uefa's Golden Player for the tournament.

He is still young but now's the time for him to show everyone his true potential
His arrival from Lens was controversial with Chelsea found guilty in 2009 of having induced the player to break his contract.
Initially the Blues were barred from making signings until September 2011, although the Court of Arbitration for Sport overturned the ban earlier in 2010 - however Chelsea were required to pay 113,000 compensation to cover the player's development at the French club.
Kakuta has played in five out of six Champions League group games, starting in two, including the home game against group runners-up Marseille.
"It is a dream when you are young to play in the Champions League and I hope I will play more games," he added.
"It is always good to play with players with more experience, you learn quicker and to improve quicker is good for our development."

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