The second-named storm in winter is about to hit Britain with harsh weather warnings issued almost across the country.
The 500 mile wide Storm Rose is set to arrive on Tuesday, 70mph strong wind and up to 4 inches of snow..
This is the second major storm in winter and a weather warning is issued.
The British will be hit by nine days of rain and wild winter weather, fearing that the blast could knock out more power.
Forecasters issued a yellow warning against snow in Scotland and the north.
A 4-inch show is expected as heavier drifts come in from the east.
On Tuesday, wind warnings were issued in all parts of the country.
Strong winds, torrential rains, heavy winter rains As winter hits the UK, it is expected over the next few days.
Up to 4 inches of snow is expected to hit while the wind can reach up to 70mph.
It will come after a catastrophic few days Storm Irwen caused a power outage In part of the country.
And thousands of homes in the UK are still out of power after more than a week of Storm Awen.
The Energy Network Association (ENA) said 3,190 homes were awaiting reconnection as of Monday morning.
This was down from 4,700 on Saturday night to 4,025 by Sunday afternoon.
ENA added that most of the affected homes are in the northeast of England.
Thousands of people do not yet have heating and hot water, as Britain favors roses.
However, this week’s Metropolitan Museum of Art warning shows that there are no signs that chaotic weather is leaving.
The Storm Rose was named by the Irish Meteorological Agency.
According to the WX chart, it is expected to snow in parts of the UK by Tuesday.
Jim Dale, a meteorologist at the British Meteorological Services, said:
“The southwestern part of the country is the worst affected, the main problem is the wind, but rain and showers can be winter.
“We will keep an eye on this system. It can generate gusts of 60-70mph.”
According to the Met Office, there will be rain and wind on Mondays, especially in the northern and western parts of the country.
On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, it snows on hills with strong west coastal winds.
James Madden of Exact Weather said:
“On Tuesday, a cyclone will deepen rapidly, moving north across the country, initially with heavy rains and strong winds.
“This turns into snow, as the storm system meets the colder conditions throughout the UK.
“By matching the storm with the snow, we were able to see the” snow bomb “effect of sudden heavy snow erupting in a stormy state. “
The Meteorological Agency said it was “monitoring” the storm.
Spokesman Grahame Madge said:
“Ireland seems to be most likely to be affected from Monday, but this system will affect the UK. This is definitely the most important feature we will see in the next five days.
“If a storm tracks the south of England, there is a snow-related risk.
“This system is expected to begin affecting the UK from Monday to mid-week.
“The main features are like wind and rain, and our meteorologists are on the lookout for it.”
On the other hand, December is very cold and temperatures are expected to reach -10 degrees Celsius, so forecasters have not ruled out the possibility of White Christmas.
Madden said: “December begins to get very cold early on, and these colds last throughout the month.
“Some notable snow events can occur shortly after the second week of the month. These can be widespread heavy winter heavy rains.
“Currently, Christmas days generally look dry and cold, but things can change and White Christmas cannot be ruled out.
“Through the moon, as north and northeast winds develop, widespread frost and temperatures below -10 ° C can occur.”
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Storm roses will hit tomorrow with 4 inches of snow and 70 mph of strong winds at the start of the 5-day deep freeze
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