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« Reply #600 on: Wednesday, 02 June, 2021 @ 03:23:41 »
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UK weather: Thunderstorm warning issued as Met Office records hottest day of year so far
Weather service expects 2021 temperature record to be broken for third day in row this week

Thunderstorms are expected to hit parts of the UK on Wednesday as the wave of hot weather seen over the bank holiday weekend continues this week.

As millions enjoyed the first day of the meteorological summer, the Met Office predicted that the mercury would climb even higher later this week, with highs of 27C expected.
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/uk-weather-thunderstorm-warning-heatwave-b1857869.html

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« Reply #601 on: Wednesday, 09 June, 2021 @ 02:10:23 »
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UK weather: Nation set for weekend heatwave as temperatures soar close to 30C

‘Plenty of sunshine’ in store for the weekend, Met Office says

A heatwave is expected to roll in across the UK this weekend, with temperatures set to reach nearly 30C.

High pressure from the Azores will bring warm, settled and sunny weather across most of the UK over the weekend, with temperatures soaring across the Midlands and the southeast.

Some parts of the country are set to see temperatures rise well into next week, with London expected to see the warmest weather. Forecast highs in the capital will be close to 30C  from Saturday through next Thursday, with lows not set to drop below 15C.
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/heatwave-uk-weather-this-weekend-b1861864.html

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Re: Weather warning
« Reply #602 on: Monday, 14 June, 2021 @ 20:42:37 »
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UK records hottest day of 2021 so far as temperatures hit 28.6C
But thunderstorm warnings are in place from Wednesday

A yellow weather warning is in place for the eastern half of Wales and much of England from Wednesday to Friday and the Met Office said there is potential for travel disruption and flooding.
https://www.independent.co.uk/weather/uk-weather-hottest-day-temperature-b1865652.html

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« Reply #603 on: Friday, 16 July, 2021 @ 06:54:20 »
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Heat-health alert issued in England for weekend

A heat-health warning has been issued for England as temperatures are predicted to surge at the weekend.

Issuing the alert, Public Health England (PHE) urged people to take steps to stay cool and help those who may be at risk in the warmer weather.

Temperatures are set to soar as high as 31C (87.8F) on Sunday and Monday.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-57858950

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« Reply #604 on: Monday, 19 July, 2021 @ 21:25:46 »
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Met Office issues first-ever extreme heatwave weather warning
A yellow thunderstorm warning covering most of south London has also been released

The Met Office has issued its first-ever extreme heat warning later on Monday as the country swelters in a heatwave.

The Amber warning covers southwest England, South Wales, West Midlands, and further east into Hampshire as far as the Isle of Wight.

The extreme heat advice lasts until the end of Thursday.
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/met-office-extreme-heatwave-weather-warning-temperatures-southwest-england-isle-of-wight-b946563.html

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« Reply #605 on: Saturday, 07 August, 2021 @ 02:46:49 »
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UK weather: Thunderstorm warnings for many parts as damp August continues

Thunderstorms are expected in large parts of the UK this weekend, bringing lightning, hail and downpours, as the country’s damp start to August continues, according to forecasters.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms covering Northern Ireland, North Wales, northern England and central Scotland from 4am until midnight on Saturday, with heavy showers potentially causing travel disruption and flooding in some places.

Southern parts of England and Wales will be drier until later in the day, when heavy rain showers are expected to move in for the evening.
https://www.independent.co.uk/climate-change/news/uk-weather-thunderstorm-warning-hail-b1898583.html

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« Reply #606 on: Friday, 20 August, 2021 @ 22:28:34 »
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UK weather warning as thunderstorms to bring risk of flooding
Met Office issues yellow alert for almost all of England and most of Wales and Northern Ireland

Almost all of England and most of Wales and Northern Ireland are likely to be hit by thunderstorms on Saturday, forecasters have said.
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/aug/20/uk-weather-warning-thunderstorms-flooding-met-office-england-wales-northern-ireland

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« Reply #607 on: Friday, 03 September, 2021 @ 17:04:28 »
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UK weather forecast: ‘Mini heatwave’ could see temperatures soar to 28C next week

The UK could see a “mini heatwave” next week amid the fallout from tropical storm Ida.

September will get off to a warm start, with temperatures up to 28C predicted for early next week.

But forecasters have warned the balmy weather could also bring thunderstorms as the remnants of Hurricane Ida draw up a lot of warmth and rain, before conditions turn more autumnal for the rest of the month.
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/london-heatwave-uk-september-2021-b1913781.html

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« Reply #608 on: Thursday, 21 October, 2021 @ 07:40:28 »
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Amber weather warning for torrential rain and flooding in London and southern England
‘Very heavy rain is expected to cause surface water flooding’ says alert

The Met Office issued an amber weather warning for London and much of southern England on Wednesday night as torrential rain threatens to cause localised flooding.
https://www.independent.co.uk/weather/amber-weather-warning-b1942290.html

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« Reply #609 on: Wednesday, 03 November, 2021 @ 02:08:24 »
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Wet and windy weekend expected as temperatures approach freezing
Temperatures are likely to reach freezing in some parts of the UK

A frosty, wet and windy weekend can be expected for many as temperatures begin to dip across the UK as winter weather fast approaches.
https://www.independent.co.uk/weather/uk-weather-winter-weekend-forecast-b1949695.html

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« Reply #610 on: Thursday, 18 November, 2021 @ 03:28:14 »
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Snow set to hit UK as temperatures plunge to zero

The UK is set for a cold end to the month, with some areas likely to see snow as temperatures plunge to zero, according to the Met Office.

After weeks of mild weather, forecaster predict parts of Scotland and northern England may see some snow, particularly on higher ground, with temperatures dropping to 0C in some parts of the country from Sunday into the beginning of next week.
https://www.independent.co.uk/weather/uk-weather-snow-met-office-b1959343.html

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« Reply #611 on: Wednesday, 24 November, 2021 @ 20:21:47 »
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UK weather: Snow to fall across country amid Arctic blast

London could see snow as early as next week as temperatures in the UK plunge below zero, the Met Office has warned.

The prospect of early snow already has the bookmakers excited about the possibility of Britain enjoying its first meaningful White Christmas since 2010, the coldest December in a century.

The likes of William Hill and Ladbrokes are already taking bets on whether the country will see snowfall on Christmas morning and which parts of the country might be most likely to see it, the current favourite being Leeds-Bradford Airport.
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/uk-weather-snow-forecast-met-office-b1963351.html

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« Reply #612 on: Thursday, 25 November, 2021 @ 19:23:29 »
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Storm Arwen: Met office warns of 75mph winds and snow

A storm is forecast to move in across the UK bringing with it 75mph winds, which could cause travel disruption and damage to buildings.

The Met Office has issued an amber wind warning for parts of north-east England and Scotland from Friday afternoon, lasting until Saturday morning as the result of Storm Arwen.

It says that flying debris leading to injuries or danger to life is “likely” with people also told to expect damage to trees and buildings, public transport cancellations, road and bridge closures, power cuts and large waves.

Yellow wind warnings are also in place across most western parts of the UK on Friday, extending to the rest of the UK on Saturday.
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/nov/25/storm-arwen-met-office-warns-of-75mph-winds-and-snow

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« Reply #613 on: Friday, 26 November, 2021 @ 15:17:52 »
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Rare red weather warning and snow alert issued by Met Office

The Met Office has issued a rare red alert, warning of danger to life as Storm Arwen is set to bring strong winds and snow.

Forecasters have warned of travel chaos as the first storm of the winter is expected to batter parts of northeast England and Scotland with gusts up to 80-90mph.

A red warning for wind is in place for those areas between 3pm on Friday and 2am on Saturday, when roofs could be blown off and flying debris could cause danger to life.
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/red-weather-warning-uk-snow-b1964759.html

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« Reply #614 on: Sunday, 05 December, 2021 @ 17:09:25 »
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UK weather: Met Office issues weather warning as three days of snow to hit UK

Snow, rain, and wind are forecast to sweep across parts of the UK over the coming days, according to the Met Office.

The forecaster has now issued a yellow warning for snow on Tuesday, covering most parts of Scotland and stretching down to Manchester.

Two yellow warnings for wind have also been put in place that day, which covers all of England and Wales and some of Scotland.
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/uk-weather-snow-met-office-forecast-b1970080.html

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« Reply #615 on: Monday, 20 December, 2021 @ 02:25:51 »
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Is the UK in for a white Christmas?

The weather has turned colder and it’s thought that parts of the UK could even be in for a white Christmas this year.

According to the Met Office, some northern parts of the UK could see snow on Christmas Day, while other parts of the country will likely be cold and bright.

Unsettled weather in the lead-up to Christmas should give way to colder, clearer conditions on 25 December said the forecasters.

Met Office meteorologist Annie Shuttleworth said: "We could see some snow showers over the hills in northern parts of the UK – it’s probably the most likely place to see any snow. You couldn’t rule out some sleety snow further south than that, but there’s a really big question mark on it.”

According to Ms Shuttleworth, the areas most likely to experience snow on Christmas Day are the Midlands, northern England and Scotland.

A white Christmas, as defined by the Met Office, is for “one snowflake to be observed falling in the 24 hours of 25 December somewhere in the UK.”
https://www.independent.co.uk/weather/snow-uk-white-christmas-met-office-b1978966.html

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« Reply #616 on: Tuesday, 28 December, 2021 @ 20:47:37 »
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UK to return to freezing temperatures in early January, says Met Office
Weather expected to return to average after what could be warmest New Year’s Eve on record
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/dec/28/uk-weather-freezing-temperatures-early-january-met-office

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« Reply #617 on: Sunday, 02 January, 2022 @ 18:23:45 »
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Weather: UK braces for 'floods, lightning and power cuts' as thunderstorms forecast

The UK is bracing for floods, lightning strikes and power cuts this week after the Met Office predicted thunderstorms and issued weather warnings in parts of Great Britain.

The weather warning covers the east of England, London and the south-east, south-west England and parts of Wales.

Warnings for wind and snow are in also in place for northern Scotland on Tuesday and Wednesday.
https://www.itv.com/news/2022-01-02/uk-braces-for-floods-lightening-and-power-cuts-as-thunderstorms-forecast

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Re: Weather warning
« Reply #618 on: Tuesday, 04 January, 2022 @ 15:44:59 »
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UK weather: Severe ice and snow warnings issued over 72 hours as temperatures to hit -8C this week

Parts of the UK are being warned of dangerously icy conditions and snow on the way as the mercury drops following a spell of unseasonably warm weather.

Temperatures are expected to plummet to near, or well below, 0C in parts of northern England and Scotland over the course of the next 72 hours.

The warning applies to the region as north as Newcastle and Carlisle, throughout Yorkshire and the Humber, down to parts of Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield, and Hull.

A yellow weather warning has been issued for the west coast of England, Scotland, and parts of Northern Ireland – including Merseyside, Lancashire, Cumbria, Edinburgh, Glasgow, the Hebrides, and Derry.

It is expected that these areas will be affected by snow and ice on Friday morning from after midnight to about 10am, the Met Office said.
https://www.independent.co.uk/weather/ice-cold-weather-warning-uk-b1986337.html