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Has a beach ever frozen in the UK?
Since historical records began, that is.

If not, does geography or chemistry explain this best?
asked in geography, chemistry



xoloriib answers:

Yes at LLansteffanhttp://www.wildaboutbritain.co.uk/forums/wild-places-and-geography/46529-frozen-...


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imfeduptoo answers:

Beaches often freze in the UK. I fish from the beaches on the east coast in the winter months and have countless times been standing on ice.
It seems to freeze more on the shingle that the sandy areas.


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