Well, will it or won't it? Snow is forecast for parts of the UK this weekend, but it's quite rare in Liverpool. Being near the coast means the air is slightly warmer than inland, although, in the strong winds we get, it might not feel like it!!
In 2006 Merseyside saw record low temperatures (down to -14°C one night!!) and some relatively heavy snow. The University was closed for 3 days!!
Take Notice/Be Active
There is good research evidence demonstrating positive benefits and outcomes for mental health and wellbeing from spending time outside, especially in green spaces. And you don't have to go up an Alp to get the wellbeing benefits of the great outdoors. Within 10 miles of the city centre, you can find some wonderful open spaces, like Birkenhead Park, which was the inspiration for Central Park in New York. Here are some suggestions:
No trains run to Birkenhead currently due to engineering, but lots of buses do from the city centre; or why not treat yourself to a ferry 'cross the Mersey?
'Another Place' is a spectacular installation by world-renowned sculptor Antony Gormley of 100 life-size figures spread along 3km of foreshore in north Liverpool. There's parking near the coastguard station in Crosby, or train to Blundellsands and Crosby or Hall Road and a short walk. A new cycle path runs all the way up to Formby from the coastguard station, so your day out could also include.....
The pine woods at Formby are maintained by the National Trust and are home to rare red squirrels. There are miles of walking and cycling trails. It's also right by the dunes and beach. Entrance is free, but if you take the car there is a parking charge. It's very accessible by public transport - a short walk from Freshfield train station.
Also recommended are Sefton Park, Liverpool Festival Gardens, Everton Park (best views in the whole city!), Croxteth Country Park, Calderstones Park, Faulkner Square, Greenbank Park, St Johns Gardens, Wavertree Botanic Gardens and Wavertree Playground.
Rather than cramming revision into lengthy blocks, try spreading it out over a longer period and do other things in between. Why is this effective? Because it gives you FORGETTING TIME. This means that when you come back to the revision a few days later you have to think harder to recall the information and this helps you consolidate it and remember it. This theory is known as DISTRIBUTED PRACTICE.