Allen Shibu, Keighley
Images from a NASA satellite shows an enormous storm that is inbound for Britain. The storm is predicted to arrive on Monday, and the Met office has issued a severe, yellow warning.Travellers are panicking as a substantial 19 inches of snow is being expected by early Monday morning. Even though Britain is going to be overshadowed by the storm, Scotland is apparently going to be most affected, facing major road disruptions and closures of other major transportation methods. Cross channel, and Irish Sea ferries and boats are being halted by the highly dangerous 70 mph winds.Local authorities across Scotland have cancelled their switch-on celebrations -, including Irvine in North Ayrshire, which was expecting an appearance from James Lock, the star from The Only Way Is Essex – as the country faces snow all across Scotland.There is also a chance that the heavy snowfall in the north of the UK could affect high level roads, and motorists have been told to take extra care. More than 11 inches of rain could fall over higher ground in western Britain today. The Met Office has issued rain warnings across north-east England tomorrow between 6am and 1pm as heavy showers continue to fall on already saturated ground.