Rubbish. You can always spot a propagandistic article when it lacks hard data. Here's some data for you, from the UK's Met Office (pulled from weatheronline.co.uk), Heathrow Airport had the following data:Erm, I live in the UK and whilst there are some exaggerations, he's not that far off.
# snow days/year (1990-2000 average): 1.2
# snow days/year (2010-2020 average) 25.0
A vast increase in the last 20 years ... when the "expert" predictions from 22 years ago were that snow would have long since ceased utterly to exist. And not just snow, but cold weather itself was supposed to be long gone by now.
What about areas outside Heathrow? I found this: In recent years, England has been experiencing more and more snowfall. In 2018, London experienced snowfall in February and March, which is a period that is generally the winter period. A similar situation happened in the first months of 2019 in the southern region of England. According to the Met Office, the country received about 19 cm of snow in February 2019....