Sea foam 'snow' on the Fylde coast
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High winds bring 'sea snow' to Fylde coast

Strong winds in Lancashire have caused sea "snow" to fall on the Fylde coast.

BBC North West Tonight's weather presenter Dianne Oxberry said it was caused by "very strong winds coming straight in from the Irish Sea".

"It whips up sea foam and it looks like it is snowing. It doesn't last for very long but it's very impressive to see".

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