Four signs that winter is definitely coming to Merseyside
1) The jam-packed cultural calendar
Merseyside’s largest arts and crafts market, the Winter Arts Market, returns for its eighth year on Saturday 3 December. This year it will be staged in the Liverpool Cathedral, offering punters a rare opportunity to grab quirky Christmas gifts in a breath-taking setting, plus there will be plenty of activities of the kids.
Much of the city centre is set to transform into a winter wonderland of sorts – go marvel at the massive loved-up Christmas tree installation in Liverpool One, the Ice Festival at Pier Head or DreamWorks Lights at St George’s Hall from 26 November.
#UkWeather #UKSnow #Cold #Frosty #WinterSelfie
There is nothing us Brits like chit-chatting about more than a weather event…especially, nowadays, via social media.Let the hashtags and colder weather selfies begin… Stay up-to-date by following accounts such as @metofficeUK.
3) The weather forecasts (well, duh!)
It might be an obvious one, but there is no denying the weather is well and truly cooling down. The Met Office has today announced there is a high chance that the polar vortex will be disrupted in coming weeks, causing temperatures to plunge in Liverpool and beyond.
4) Accidents could happen
Roads, public footpaths and surfaces at work are bound to get seriously slippery.
If you are involved in an accident in a public place, work or on the road, it is always advised to get in touch with an experienced personal injury solicitor who can help you to make an accident claim.
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