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UK weather: Up to 4in of snow and -8C temperatures

uk weather: up to 4in of snow and -8c temperatures
Commuters in the North of England faced frosty conditions on their way to work this morning as Cumbria, Northumberland and rth Yorkshire were hit by a Met Office weather warnings for ice and snow.

Drivers face snow and icy conditions in some parts of Scotland

drivers face snow and icy conditions in some parts of scotland
Drivers are facing snowy conditions on the roads in some parts of Scotland, with Met Office weather warnings in place.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local News

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News video: Lindsey Anderson explains weather watches vs. warnings

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The difference between a watch and a warning is an important one.
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News video: Deadly Storm Doris batters Britain

Deadly Storm Doris batters Britain 01:08

A woman in Wolverhampton has died after being struck in the head by debris as Storm Doris batters Britain. Ambulances have been called out to casualties across the UK. In Stoke-on-Trent, another woman..
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Snow is expected to return to Scotland this week as Storm Doris sweeps in. After a mainly mild February, weather warnings have been put in place for Thursday, with gales, snow and rain predicted.
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MET Office Issues Yellow Warnings For Scotland Amid Wintry Weather

The MET Office of Scotland has issued YELLOW weather warnings for the west coast, central belt, Highlands and islands and Dumfries and Galloway. It is learned the Arctic blast could hit on Monday..

Storm Ewan may have missed us, but there is icy weather on the...

storm ewan may have missed us, but there is  icy weather on the...
Weather warnings for Storm Ewan were downgraded earlier today, after the impact of the blustery weather was not as strong as expected. Severe weather warnings were originally issued in preparation for..
Burton Mail

After Doris, Storm Ewan now sweeps in, but will Derby be...

after doris, storm ewan now sweeps in, but will derby be...
Derby will NOT be affected by Storm Ewan as the city thankfully misses out on another battering after Storm Doris. The storm has hit Scotland and Ireland today with winds of up to 60mph but people in..
Derby Telegraph

Storm Ewan to batter UK with 70mph winds, rain and snow

storm ewan to batter uk with 70mph winds, rain and snow
Severe weather warnings for strong winds have been issued for the north-west of England, Wales and eastern Scotland. Storm Ewan is set to batter Ireland before moving across the Irish Sea.

Will Nottingham be affected by Storm Ewan?

will nottingham be affected by storm ewan?
Nottingham looks set to miss out on any further weather misery as Storm Ewan is set to hit parts of the UK – just days after Storm Doris struck.The city was battered by Storm Doris on Thursday, which..
Nottingham Post

Storm Doris update: high winds to continue into the evening

storm doris update: high winds to continue into the evening
The latest information from the Met Office shows that the winds of up to 70mph will continue to batter the UK through this evening and into the night. The latest forecasts show Storm Doris bearing down..
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