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Winter 1962-63

The winter of 1962-63 was in many parts of England and particularly in the south and west the most severe in living memory and in some areas temperatures fell below any previously recorded. Snowfalls were particularly heavy and the depth and weight of fallen snow added a further unusual hazard for many weeks.

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