In scenes similar to a weather apocalypse movie, the Loch Ness area has been buried beneath snow – up to 2 metres (7 feet) deep. In one location 20 cars were trapped and snow ploughs have been fighting to stay on the treacherous roads.
We had the 2018 Beast from the East but now climatologists from University Of London are warning that the “coldest longest winter for three decades is coming to Scotland.” Our own live weather data is here.
This could be a nightmare scenario as politicians have wasted £billions on mega wind farms that have completely blighted the once pristine Highlands and kill wildlife include rare eagles.
To add insult to injury the turbines sit idle when there is no wind (often the coldest iciest still days) or the shut down when it is too strong (cold winter days). So the UK including Scotland fall back on imported gas and coal plus nuclear generated power from France via the English Channel Interconnector.
The roads are already in a shocking state and healthcare and schools are forecast not to be able to cope.