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Porthleven 5-day Forecast:

MSN Weather UK | Today's UK weather forecast and world weather

Cold snap: Incredible photographs of the great outdoors
The Outdoor Photographer of the Year competition has announced the winners of its eight categories. Now in its sixth year, the prestigious competition attracts the most compelling imagery across landscape, wildlife, nature, travel and adventure from around the planet. The overall winner – chosen from the category winners – will be announced live on stage at The Photography Show at the NEC, Birmingham on 18 March 2017. The recipient will be heading off on a photography assignment to cover the Fjällräven Polar dogsled expedition, a 300km journey across the Scandinavian Arctic at the beginning of April 2017, courtesy of outdoor gear manufacturer Fjällräven. The competition received over 17,000 images entered by professional and amateur photographers from over 50 countries. In March 2017, Ammonite Press will publish a book collecting over 160 of the best photos submitted to the competition. IBTimes UK presents some of the shortlisted images from this year's contest. More from IBTimes UK
Severe flood alert as Britain braces for snow and gale-force winds
A village in Essex is being evacuated as the UK braces for floods, gale-force winds, snow and ice.
2nd Sahara snow in living memory
Red sands turned white as icy flakes fell for the the first time since 1979 near the small Algerian town of Ain Sefra yesterday afternoon
Storming shots: Incredible photos of the Earth's most spectacular weather
Photographer Mike Olbinski chases storms throughout his native Arizona and further afield, capturing lightning, tornadoes and dramatic cloud formations in images that convey the awesome power and beauty of nature.
5-Day Forecast for Penzance (Closest town to Mousehole):

MSN Weather UK | Today's UK weather forecast and world weather

Cold snap: Incredible photographs of the great outdoors
The Outdoor Photographer of the Year competition has announced the winners of its eight categories. Now in its sixth year, the prestigious competition attracts the most compelling imagery across landscape, wildlife, nature, travel and adventure from around the planet. The overall winner – chosen from the category winners – will be announced live on stage at The Photography Show at the NEC, Birmingham on 18 March 2017. The recipient will be heading off on a photography assignment to cover the Fjällräven Polar dogsled expedition, a 300km journey across the Scandinavian Arctic at the beginning of April 2017, courtesy of outdoor gear manufacturer Fjällräven. The competition received over 17,000 images entered by professional and amateur photographers from over 50 countries. In March 2017, Ammonite Press will publish a book collecting over 160 of the best photos submitted to the competition. IBTimes UK presents some of the shortlisted images from this year's contest. More from IBTimes UK
Severe flood alert as Britain braces for snow and gale-force winds
A village in Essex is being evacuated as the UK braces for floods, gale-force winds, snow and ice.
2nd Sahara snow in living memory
Red sands turned white as icy flakes fell for the the first time since 1979 near the small Algerian town of Ain Sefra yesterday afternoon
Storming shots: Incredible photos of the Earth's most spectacular weather
Photographer Mike Olbinski chases storms throughout his native Arizona and further afield, capturing lightning, tornadoes and dramatic cloud formations in images that convey the awesome power and beauty of nature.

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