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Tag Archives: Thursday
Cold snap expected
The UK is going to see a very short, sharp, cold snap. From Wednesday night (4th Dec) into Thursday morning (5th Dec) Scotland, northern England and Northern Ireland will see some strong winds, while Scotland will see some wintry showers … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media Tagged cold, cold snap, England, Friday, gale, gales, ice, Met Office, Northern England, Northern Ireland, Northern Isles, Scotland, severe weather, snow, Thursday, wind, yellow warning Comments Off on Cold snap expected
How the ‘pest from the west’ will beat the ‘Beast from the East’
There was much talk at the end of last week about the ‘Beast from the East’ being set to bring some cold and wintry conditions to the UK this week. However, the balance in the atmosphere has changed and the … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged BBC, Beast from the East, freezing fog, frost, Greenland, ice, ITV, Met Office, North Sea, Scandinavia, snow, Thursday, weather 3 Comments
More heavy rain and gales on the way
As forecast, unsettled weather continues across the UK, with more heavy rain and strong winds expected to affect all areas over the next few days. The Met Office, Environment Agency and Scottish Environment Protection Agency are warning the public to … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged #weatheraware, Beaufort scale, England, English Channel, Environment Agency, flooding, Met Office, rain, Scottish Environment Protection Agency, Thursday Comments Off on More heavy rain and gales on the way
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