Log with uncanny resemblance to Loch Ness monster washes up on Kent beach

NESSIE fled South yesterday ahead of a temperature plunge at its Scottish home.

The monster’s likeness was washed up on the beach in Warden Bay, Kent.


Meanwhile giant waves battered Birling Gap, East Sussex, delighting surfers.

And snow is set to fall on parts of the UK today as the chill factor plunges following a day of rain.

Sunday could bring the first icy blast of winter to northern areas with a chance of snow as the mercury drops below zero.

Weather watchers have made some dramatic predictions for the next few days with hints of possible snowstorms for the north of England.

Saturday saw the big freeze take hold in Scotland with gritter lorries in action as snow was predicted overnight.

Strong winds were also forecast to rip into parts of the UK. Bookmaker Coral has odds at 5-4 for the wind speed to reach as high as 100mph in the north.

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