The Japan Meteorological Agency Visibility plummets to just 50 yards in some areas, warning Saturday of travel disruptions and possible flight cancellations.
In Wales and western England, yellow fog weather warnings have been issued, causing temperatures to plummet this weekend with minimum temperatures set at 0 degrees Celsius. London, Birmingham And on Saturday morning in eastern England.
Drivers must expect “dangerous driving conditions” and slow travel times, which can be expected to delay bus and train operations.
According to the Met Office, “the flight may be delayed or canceled.”
Elsewhere today, the fog slowly rises into low clouds, giving it a “chilly feeling”. The Met Office said: ‘Most of the parts dry with a lot of clouds and sunny intervals. Some bubbly rains are expected to affect the west later.
There is a risk of sub-zero temperatures until next Monday, and some countries have set temperatures down to -4C (24F), prompting people to check for vulnerable neighbors.
Bookmaker Coral has odds 4-5 that Britain will record the coldest January ever. We have also shortened the odds of snow falling in London this month to 1-2.
Due to fog warnings in London, Birmingham and eastern England, temperatures are set to plummet this weekend to a minimum of 0 degrees in Wales and western England.Photo, fog in the Oxfordshire countryside
Met Office spokesman Stephen Dixon told the Metro that he did not expect widespread snow, but he did expect light dust in the Scottish highlands this time of the year.Photo, Pony in Dansen, Oxfordshire
Starting Thursday afternoon, the Met Office warned that the West Midlands, East Midlands, East of England, London, South East England and South West England regions will have cold weather.
Dan Radman, Deputy Chief Meteorologist of the Met Office, said:
“This can cause severe frost and ice fog in some places.”
Agostinho Sousa, a UKHSA public health consultant, added: If they live alone or have a serious illness.
She said the “most vulnerable” homes need to be heated to at least 64F (18C), especially if they are less mobile, over 65 years old, or in good health.
She also advised to wear good-grip shoes if you need to go out in cold weather.
Met Office spokesman Stephen Dixon said Metro He didn’t expect widespread snow, but because of the light dust in the Scottish highlands. This is expected at this time of the year.
Meanwhile, Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead said:
Yellow fog warnings have been set up in London, Birmingham, eastern England and northeastern England
Drivers must expect “dangerous driving conditions” and slow travel times, which can be expected to delay bus and train operations.Photo, Danceden, Oxfordshire this morning
Elsewhere today, the fog slowly rises into low clouds, giving it a “chilly feeling”. The Met Office said: ‘Most of the parts dry with a lot of clouds and sunny intervals. Some bubbly rains are expected to affect the west later.Photo, Car in Danceden, Oxfordshire
Thick fog flowing from the Thames chokes the town of Gravesend in Kent
The fog was filmed early Saturday morning in Gravesend, Kent.The driver was warned to expect poor visibility
Pedestrians are depicted in a park in Gravesend, Kent, as Saturday’s day begins like a fog.
The fountain in Gordon Garden was hard to see because of the fog on Gravesend, Kent, Saturday morning.
Park runners gathered at Finsbury Park in London on Saturday morning
Saturday morning, the fog did not put off the park runners at Finsbury Park
Almost no pedestrian can be seen in the fog at Finsbury Park in London on Saturday morning
As the British face a serious crisis of living costs, including increased heating costs, the cold climate is coming, and the government heats people, the living room during the day, if people can’t. I advised to heat the bedroom while sleeping “all the rooms they use.”
UKHSA, which issued the cold weather warning, added:
“Having lots of hot food and drinks is also good for keeping warm.”
The expected cold was 16.3C (61.3F) in London after the British experienced a milder New Year’s Day, surpassing the previous record of 15.6C (60.1F). Following the warmest New Year’s Day in the UK. Set in Bude, Cornwall, set in 1916 over a century ago.
And it’s the highest in the country on the day before Merrifield in Somerset reached 15.8C (60.4F), surpassing the previous high of 14.8C (58.6F) set in 2011 in Colwyn Bay, North Wales. I came after a calm New Year’s Eve.
Frozen fog covers the southeast: Met Office warns of travel turmoil
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