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Torrential rain and floods continue to cause travel chaos across UK Woman dies after being pulled from sea off Kent and fears mount for 69-year-old man from Neath who went missing on Sunday
UK in for cold snap as temperatures forecast to be as low as -8C Monday night expected to be the coldest of week while bookies predict 2/1 chance of white Christmas in Scotland ...bookmakers are predicting a good chance of a white Christmas for many parts of Scotland. Ladbrokes are offering odds of 2/1 for snow in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, it is offering odds of 3/1 for snow in Newcastle upon Tyne and Belfast, 4/1 for London, 5/1 for Liverpool and Manchester and 6/1 for Cardiff and Birmingham.The firm is also offering odds of 2/1 that a new record is set for the coldest night of 2016 before next Sunday. It said it was evens that the temperature would drop to -10C or lower.
UK weather: Temperature plunges to -9.7C on coldest November day in six years for England and Wales"It's going to be another frosty night for Wednesday into Thursday, and then we get some more clouds coming in," said Sophie Yeomans, a Met Office meteorologist.
White Christmas looks unlikely as forecasters predict mild UK weather Met Office says festive season should pass without snow but it will become wetter and windier as 25 December approaches
UK weather: Will Storm Barbara cause chaos over the Christmas weekend?Britain faces being battered by high winds and heavy rain over the Christmas period, forecasters have warned.
UK weather: Storm Barbara threatens Christmas getaway with 90mph winds
Storm Conor set to cause Christmas chaos with 80mph winds as Met Office raises weather warning threatStorm Conor is set to cause Christmas chaos with 80mph winds as the Met Office raises its weather alert to amber.High winds will hit the UK throughout Christmas Day and over the coming days as forecasters warn Storm Conor will bring extreme weather conditions.Power cuts have already blighted thousands of homes in the last few days as a result of Storm Barbara but more could follow energy companies have warned.The extreme conditions could see the warmest Christmas Day since records began despite strong winds battering the country.
QuoteStorm Conor set to cause Christmas chaos with 80mph winds as Met Office raises weather warning threatStorm Conor is set to cause Christmas chaos with 80mph winds as the Met Office raises its weather alert to amber.High winds will hit the UK throughout Christmas Day and over the coming days as forecasters warn Storm Conor will bring extreme weather conditions.Power cuts have already blighted thousands of homes in the last few days as a result of Storm Barbara but more could follow energy companies have warned.The extreme conditions could see the warmest Christmas Day since records began despite strong winds battering the country.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/12/24/storm-conor-set-cause-christmas-chaos-80mph-winds-met-office/
Arctic blast expected to bring snow to BritainMet Office issues severe weather warning for snow, wind and icy temperatures this week as a deep freeze grips EuropeTemperatures are expected to plummet to -10C (14F) in parts of Britain this week as an icy blast sweeps across the country, bringing snow showers, strong winds and frost.
Strong winds cause travel chaos and power cuts in parts of UKFallen trees block roads as winds reach more than 90mph, and forecasters say snow could make conditions worseTemperatures may drop to -5C (23F) in parts of Scotland, but freezing conditions are possible elsewhere in England.The Met Office’s snow warning extends to parts of north-west England on Thursday, with a risk of wintry weather in southern England.
UK severe weather: Dozens of flood warnings as Essex village is evacuated and snow sweeps across BritainAn RAF spy plane has been scrambled to check eastern coastal defences as thousands of homes are being evacuated as a storm surge bears down on Britain. More than 10 areas of the UK are now on the highest flood alert, where flooding poses a threat to life, as wintry storms batter the country.There are fears of mass flooding by huge tidal wave travelling along the eastern edge of the country.
Britain to shiver in subzero temperatures Chilly weather expected to continue into weekend, with widespread frost and temperatures as low as -7C in rural areas
Winds of up to 80mph could hit England and Wales towards the end of the week with the potential to cause damage to buildings, disrupt power and delay travel, forecasters have warned.In what will be called Storm Doris if conditions meet the threshold, low pressure systems could batter southern parts of the UK on Friday.However, the Met Office, which issued a yellow severe weather warning, said there were a number of scenarios in which the strongest winds could miss the UK altogether.
UK weather: Britain set for snow as temperatures plunge as low as -5 across country Snowflakes are beginning to fall across the country as Britain braces itself for a sharp drop in temperatures over the next few days. The Met Office has issued yellow warnings for ice in parts of Wales, south-west England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
UK weather: Elderly warned to prepare for potential coldest weekend of the winter as snow starts to fall The Met Office has issued weather warnings for the South East, the North and parts of southern Scotland, with icy roads and drifting snow set to cause problems for travellers.Up to 4ins (10cm) of snow are expected on higher ground, while even the south east of England will likely see a couple of centimetres of snow.
Storm Doris to batter Britain with 80mph winds and heavy rainThe Met Office is warning of significant disruption from gale-force winds and heavy rain in much of Britain as the balmy start to the week is due to be blown away by Storm Doris. Thursday has been nicknamed Doris Day, when the fourth named storm of the season is expected to damage buildings, interrupt power supplies and cause widespread travel problems. The Met Office also warned there would be a threat of injury from flying debris. “Watch out for falling trees or tiles, secure garden furniture and move vehicles to a safe place,” it said.An amber “be prepared” warning has been issued for a large band of the country stretching from northern Wales to Norfolk, where gusts of up to 80mph are forecast on Thursday, when Doris will surge in from the Atlantic.The exact timing and course of Storm Doris remains uncertain, the Met Office said, but it is forecasting gale-force winds late on Thursday morning.
Storm Doris batters Britain: Woman killed as gusts hit 100mph and 'weather bomb' creates blizzard-like snow
UK weather: Snow and storms to strike Britain with low temperatures lasting for weeksA wintry blast of snow, hail and gales is set to hit the UK in the run-up to the May bank holiday weekend, according to forecasters. Temperatures will plummet tomorrow and are expected to remain unseasonably low until the middle of next month.The Met Office is predicting “heavy and wintry” showers and widespread overnight frosts from Tuesday next week, with Northern parts of the UK the worst hit.
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