Yes, it can snow anywhere in England when the weather is right.
Depending on if they get snow or not, recently England has been having lots of snow recently and has been covered with 6 to 12 inch's of snow. But the UK doesn't always have snow, England had snow this year (2010), 2009 and a few years before. It isn't snow regularly every year.
No. It rains.
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It doesn't snow in Southwestern England because of the effect that the warm currents of the Atlantic has on the region.
all of england, the north in particular
It already has but only a few flurries.
It already has done.
Ti find out if it is going to snow in Leeds England (or anywhere), watch the weather forecasts.
January and February and in the south of England october
England only have 5% of snow But the whole UK maybe seeing a tiny bit of snow
It's snowing now
yes - occasionally in winter
Potentially it could, but it would be unusual and amounts would be small, and confined to higher places. January or February is when it is most likely to snow in England.
It will snow in both, and quite often does during the winter months.
I remember the winter of 1962/63. Snow & then more & more snow. Lovely !