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Watch aerial footage of frosty Preston morning along the River Ribble

Posted on - 15th January, 2016 - 10:02am | Author - | Posted in - Fishwick, Preston News, Preston weather, Ribbleton, Videos


An icy morning has been captured across the River Ribble and countryside surrounding Preston.

Stephen Melling was up early with his drone to take some stunning aerial pictures of the Brockholes Nature Reserve and the Horseshoe bend.

Temperatures are continuing to fall as the city endured a frosty start to Friday.

A bright and crisp winters morning is expected for Preston and Lancashire, with light showers expected later in the day.

Overnight from Friday into Saturday temperatures are due to drop to lows of minus three degrees celcius.

Brockholes and the River Ribble covered in thick frost Pic: Stephen Melling

Brockholes and the River Ribble covered in thick frost Pic: Stephen Melling

The cold snap is expected to last well into next week.

Have you taken any pictures of the icy and frosty start? Or the glorious winter sunrise on Friday morning? Share them in the comments below or email contactus@blogpreston.co.uk, tweet them @blogpreston or inbox them to us on Facebook

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