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    SNOW and rain will drench the UK today and tomorrow as temperatures plunge following days of wild weather. Brits have endured nearly a week of heavy rain, flooding and gales - but the unsettled conditions are continuing into this week too. 5Parts of Scotland are set to see snow in the coming days, according to a new weather map| Inverness, ScotlandCredit: Northpix 5Eastern Scotland is forecast to see a large area of heavier snowfall (purple) tomorrow nightCredit: wxcharts According to wxcharts, various parts of Scotland will see snowfall this week. Lighter patches are forecast to form today, while heavier snow will cover a wider area going into tomorrow. This is set to culminate up to 2cm per hour falling over a large part of eastern Scotland late on Wednesday night. Temperatures are also expected to drop, with The Met Office forecasting highs of around 10C, while Scotland could see lows of 4C. READ MORE NEWSDARK PAST Tom Parker widow Kelsey's new lover was jailed for manslaughter after bust-upFIT FOR ROYALTY Royal Family 'faces major shake-up to Christmas plans now Charles...
    A 'DANGER to life' alert has been issued today as 70mph winds, heavy rain and floods spark a yellow weather warning. The Met Office has put a weather warning for wind in place until 11am this morning for Scotland, north England and Wales. 2Residents in Newcastle battle the rain as yellow weather warning issuedCredit: NNP 2A warning for wind and rain has been issued in parts of the UKCredit: Met Office Strong gusts of 50-60mph winds moved in from the south during the early hours of this morning and are forecast to reach between 60mph and 70mph as they move up the country. People are being warned to expect some damage to buildings, longer journeys, road and bridge closures and powers cuts. There is also a "small chance that injuries and danger to life could occur" because of flying debris and large waves, says the Met Office. A warning of rain was also issued for parts of the UK today, mainly affecting Scotland, but is expected to ease off around 9am. And for those travelling to work this morning,...
    BRITAIN is set to bask in "dry and bright" 18C sunshine before "severe" 75mph gales and downpours hit. The Met Office has forecast sunny spells for parts of the country today before wet and windy conditions creep in on Friday. 6An Atlantic jet stream is set to carry a stormy weather our wayCredit: Getty 6Parts of Britain will reach 18C before strong winds and rain hitCredit: MetOffice 6The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for wind in Scotland as well as a rain warning for parts of north England Southern England can expect highs of 18C with parts of the West Midlands reaching 16C. And Scotland will see highs of 16C this afternoon before it turns cold and damp with flood alerts being issued. The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for wind across northern and western parts of Scotland on Friday between 8am and 3pm. People are being warned to expect delays on the roads, on trains and on ferries with coastal routes being affected by large waves. A yellow weather warning for rain has...
    THE SOUTH of England could be as warm as sunny Barcelona this week with temperatures soaring to 18C. Meanwhile the North of the country and Scotland will see two days of Amber rain warnings with heavy showers expected. ⚡ Read our UK weather live blog for the very latest news and forecasts...   9Temperatures reached 16C at the weekendCredit: London News Pictures 9Marian Pateman of Chesterfield, photographs a carpet of crocuses in Holy Trinity Church grounds, ChesterfieldCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 9The sunrise over the South East of Kent this morningCredit: Alamy Live News Brits in the south were treated to a balmy weekend with the mercury hitting as high as 16C in parts of London, and the warm weather is set to continue. Met Office spokesperson Oli Claydon said mid-teen temperatures are expected to continue across the nation, which seem "especially warm" following the recent freezing weather. He said: "We're getting milder and wetter air from the west causing warmer weather all round, but we're a way off hitting a February record." Tomorrow will see some bright and sunny spells in...
    BRITAIN is set to face a battering in the coming days with more than 150 flood alerts and warnings in place and a 40-hour snowstorm on its way. The Met Office has warned 20in of the white stuff could cut off parts of Scotland for days while parts of England have been warned of a risk to life in the floods. ⚡ Read our UK weather live blog for the very latest news and forecasts. 17Rising floodwater continues to surround residential riverside properties in Laleham Reach, Surrey where the River Thames has burst it's banksCredit: London News Pictures 17Flooding closes the road past Cookham Moor after the Thames burst its banks near the Berkshire villageCredit: PA:Press Association 17A postman delivers the post in Leadhills, South Lanarkshire, as heavy snow hits the highest village in Scotland as Met office snow warnings hit ScotlandCredit: James Chapelard Parts of Scotland may see an additional 50 cm (thats half a metre!) of #snow by the end of Saturday! These are the snow amounts we expect at different elevations ???? However with strong winds, some of the...
    GEORGE Clooney's mansion in Berkshire is surrounded by floods - as torrential rain and snow continues to lash the country. Severe weather warnings for snow, ice, and rain are in place until next Monday, with up to 20 inches of snow set to fall in Scotland later this week. ⚡ Read our UK weather live blog for the very latest news and forecasts. 11The Thames bursts its banks at Sonning On Thames, Berkshire, putting George and Amal Clooney's home at riskCredit: chris gorman / big ladder 11People walking on a snow-covered road in West YorkshireCredit: Rex Features 11Flooding in Oxfordshire today after days of torrents and burst riverbanks Credit: Rex Features 11A snow-covered cottage in the village of Harwood in Teesdale, Durham, todayCredit: PA:Press Association 11There are five weather warnings for snow and rain in place tomorrow The majority of Scotland and parts of Northern England are covered by a yellow snow warning today. This means snow may lead to disruption to travel in places, especially on routes over high ground. Across England, there are 45 flood warnings in place today-...
    BRITS are facing six days of rain and ice warnings with 11 inches of snow to hit – sparking power cut fears. The alert comes after the UK was battered with torrential rain over the weekend leaving cars submerged on flooded roads across the country. 11A man and his child are seen walking through snow-covered forest at Millbuies country park near Elgin, Scotland, todayCredit: Pete Summers 11 A woman is seen taking a photo of a swan in a frozen and snow covered loch at Millbuies country park in ScotlandCredit: Pete Summers 11Yellow weather warnings are in place for a large part of the UK Yellow weather warnings are in place for rain, snow and ice for a large part of northern England. The huge area covers Nottingham in the midlands all the way up to Dundee in Scotland. This warning is in place from 10pm tonight until midnight on Tuesday. Futher yellow warnings are in place for parts of Scotland from Tuesday morning until Saturday. SNOW WAY The Met Office has predicted there will be “snow, with a risk...
    BRITAIN is set to be bombarded by torrential rain and seven inches of snow. Dozens of flood warnings and alerts are also in place across large parts of England as downpours lash the country. ⚡ Read our UK weather live blog for the very latest news and forecasts. 13Rain hits the seaside village of Mumbles near Swansea, with Brits braced for more downpours this weekCredit: Alamy Live News 13Flooded fields and roads around Welney on the Norfolk and Cambridgeshire border on Wednesday morning, with dozens more flood warnings and alerts in place Credit: GEOFF ROBINSON. 13A wind skater in Brighton takes advantage of the blustery conditionsCredit: Brighton Pictures 13Snow blanketed large parts of Britain this week Credit: PA:Press Association The mercury is set to plunge to a bone-chilling -10C tonight in some parts of Britain as January's big freeze continues. The Met Office issued yellow weather warnings for severe snow on Thursday and Friday in parts of northern England and Scotland. Northern Ireland and parts of north-west England are braced for more than an inch of rain from Wednesday evening, the Met...
    SNOW covered parts of the south east of England last week with further dustings expected to return in parts of the UK tomorrow. The Met Office has issued yellow and amber weather warning for heavy rain across parts of Wales, northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland starting today, January 19. ⚠️ Read our UK weather live blog for the very latest news and forecasts. 6Snow hit the Peak District, Derbyshire on January 16Credit: Rachel Rennie/Triangle News Where in the UK has it snowed? Millions of people across the country, from the Highlands of Scotland in the north to Ashford in Kent in the south, have been hit by snow. The white stuff even hit London on January 16 as drivers were faced with "horrendous" conditions during snowstorms in the Home Counties. Areas around the M25 were blasted with up to 3.2 inches of snow, forecasters said. Parts of Essex and East Angelia were particularly badly affected in the south, with people living in Chelmsford and Norwich among those warned to expect heavy snow. Motorists struggled to navigate the treacherous conditions...
    BRITAIN has been battered by gales of up to 50 miles an hour and torrential rain has sparked a flood alert. Parts of England and Wales have been lashed by heavy rain - and the Met Office has dashed hopes of a sunnier week with wet and windy conditions set to continue. ⚠️ Read our weather live blog for the latest news & updates 6Rough seas as Devon was battered by heavy winds and rainCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 6One person braved a cycle despite a downpour in BlackpoolCredit: Dave Nelson The Cobb Harbour wall in Dorset was completely awash after days of massive rain, and tourists were seen clinging on for their lives in the brutal conditions. People in Blackpool and parts of the North braved the wet and windy conditions. One person even rugged up and cycled along the coast as massive winds gathered. Huge waves gathered and bashed up against train lines in Devon. But Manchester's high streets were still packed as Brits ignored the rain and hit the shops. And...
    TWO inches of rain and 40mph winds are to batter Britain with London set for showers while sun will shine in the North. Downpours of up to 50mm could hit higher ground in northern England including the Pennines, Fells and possibly Cumbria later tonight and through tomorrow with up to 30mm falling more widely. 8Rain is set to batter britain todayCredit: Apex News 8Through tomorrow rain could be falling on much of the UKCredit: wxcharts.com 8The sun is set to shine this evening up north before downpours while London battles the rain Meanwhile, gusts of 30-40mph are set to hit hardest in Western UK overnight and into the morning, falling just short of being classed as a gale - which would need to be into the 40s. A Met Office forecaster said: "Tonight rain comes in from the South West. Showers tend to fade this evening so most areas will have a dry spell briefly but then rain will come in across most areas. "As we go through the night, north Scotland will hold onto some of the best...
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