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FEATURE U.K WEATHER REPORT: Met Office warns of below-freezing temperatures set to hit overnight -6C (21F) in places

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Ace Press News From Cutting Room Floor: Published: Dec.06: 2022:

#AceWeatherDesk – The Met Office has warned severe cold weather is set to hit the UK this week, with overnight temperatures plummeting to -6C (21F) in places.

A cold scene in a rural location (stock photo)
Overnight temperatures are expected to be well below freezing for many parts (archive photo)

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Snow is likely in northern Scotland, although temperatures will be low enough to make it a possibility anywhere in the country…………….Frost and ice are also expected

People are being urged to use their heating, despite rising energy prices, and to look out for people who are especially vulnerable.

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) and Met Office have issued a level three cold weather alert between 18:00 GMT on Wednesday and 09:00 on Monday, 12 December, in most parts of England. The level also alerts social and healthcare services to take action to protect high-risk groups. 

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A yellow weather warning for snow is also in place for northern Scotland on Wednesday.

BBC Weather’s Simon King said that, from Tuesday night and for the rest of the week, a northerly wind from the Arctic will turn things much cooler, with temperatures nationwide ranging from highs of 1C to 4C, several degrees below the average of 6C to 9C. 

“We’re also going to see widespread hard overnight frost with temperatures dropping below freezing, hitting -2C to -6C by the end of the week,” Mr King said.

“For most parts of the UK what we’ll see is sunshine – many more of us will have those cold, crisp, sunny mornings.”

While snow is only forecast in north east Scotland, “the situation is that it will be cold enough for anywhere in the UK to see snow.”

Higher than average temperatures throughout October and much of November, combined with rising energy bills, meant that many people have put off turning the heating on to warm their homes. 

However, this could prove dangerous for vulnerable people.


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