I know it's a little early, but unless your family like to celebrate Christmas in February, you’ll need to plan ahead this year to ensure your loved ones receive their Christmas cards and parcels on time! Heavy snowfall caused chaos for the Royal Mail last year. Road, rail and air services were all heavily disrupted and only a third of December’s first-class post was delivered on time.
You can check the Royal Mail’s last recommended posting date for countries all over world but as a general rule, you’ll need to have everything off by the first week of December.
Whilst there's no guarantee that it will actually snow again this year, it's better to be safe than sorry.