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Met Office issues another weather warning for snow with freezing temperatures for London and Oxford

by LLB Reporter
26th Nov 21 3:20 pm

The Met Office has issued a further yellow weather warning on Friday predicting temperatures will fall to as low as -4C with snow expected to start from 5pm on Friday until Saturday.

The Met Office has issued a rare red warning for wind from 3pm today to 2am on Saturday with gusts forecast to be as high as 100mph in parts of the UK.

Due to Storm Arwen the yellow weather warning are in place for London, Oxford parts of central and eastern Scotland from Friday.

There has been a further three yellow warnings for snow and ice on Saturday for parts of the UK and Scotland with sub zero temperatures.

Parts of Manchester and further north will be hit with snow and Scotland will be pelted with heavy snow.

Stephen Dixon, a Met Office spokesman, “As Arwen causes disruption there will also be the chance of snow in the coming days, especially in the higher regions of Scotland and northern England.

“There may also be some snow in the lower ground region of northern England, though this is likely to be short-lived and fall in the form of sleet or wintry rain.

“It comes on the back of a fall in temperature, with parts of rural Scotland and England to drop below freezing during the night.”

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