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UK Weather Forecast-We met the Met Office’s yellow weather warnings across the UK as wind and snow hit the country this week.

Snow, rain and wind are predicted to hit parts of the UK

According to the Met Office, snow, rain and wind are expected to hit parts of the UK in the coming days, but following Storm Awen, thousands of households are still waiting to be reconnected to power. I am.

According to the Energy Networks Association (ENA), an industry group, about 4,700 homes in Northern England and Scotland are not yet available. It’s been over a week since the storm hit on November 26th.

Forecasts are predicting low temperatures of 4C (39F) to 6C (43F) with strong winds in the region over the next few days, as work is still underway to restore power.

The Met Office expects to have “unstable” weather on Saturday before it snows overnight in Cairngorms and the northern Pennines, and on Sunday the winds weaken and dry.

However, temporary relief is expected to end on Monday with rain and snow belts and further winds later in the day.

Winds, rain and snow continue in the UK from Tuesday to Wednesday, although not as strong as Arwen, but stronger winds are possible.



UK Weather Forecast-We met the Met Office’s yellow weather warnings across the UK as wind and snow hit the country this week.

SourceUK Weather Forecast-We met the Met Office’s yellow weather warnings across the UK as wind and snow hit the country this week.

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