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THE Met Office has issued a new life hazard warning as Cyclone Corrie brings winds of 92 mph to the UK.

The fierce gusts of wind have left 30,000 people without electricity in Scotland, top of the 7,000 who have been cut due to Hurricane Malik.

Northern Powergrid said 4,000 more people in Northumberland, Tyne and Wear and County Durham are now without electricity.

Chaos ensued just a few hours later Cyclone Malik killed two people.

Yesterday, a Nine-year-old boy becomes second victim of Storm Malik after he was crushed to death by a tree – after a woman, 60, was killed in Scotland.

The tree fell on the young man – who along with an elderly relative suffered a head injury – shortly after 1.10pm in Tean, Staffs, on Saturday afternoon.

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  • February is a ‘turbulent month’

    It looks like February is shaping up to be a turbulent month with the elements, as the mix of wet and windy weather with snow causes chaos.

    Met forecaster James Madden said cold and snow would approach from the north throughout the start of the month, with downpours likely to reach the capital.

    Long-range projections suggest snow could fall in northern areas if freezing temperatures continue.

    According to the forecast, the risk of snow could last until at least February 11, after many parts of the country were hit by rain and white things.

    John Hammond, chief meteorologist of Weather Trends “There are signs of a more vibrant start to February – it looks wetter and windier than it was months ago,” said.

    “We could see colder weather starting to seep in more clearly from the north in the early days of the new month, turning some of that rain into snow.”

  • The warning is in place until the end of Monday

    An amber warning covers large swaths of eastern Scotland, with the Met Office warning of “possible injury and danger to life.”

    A yellow warning replaced amber this afternoon – with warnings remaining in place through Monday.

    Today’s yellow alert is set to continue into the new week.

  • The disruption is set to continue for days

    The Met Office warned there could be some short-term power outages in the affected areas – while injuries and life-threatening injuries could result from flying debris.

    And damage to buildings can occur, because the tile blows from the roof in the process strong wind.

    Disruption is expected to continue for the next three days, with a yellow wind warning set to continue across central and northern parts of the UK until Monday.

  • UK weather forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday

    Tuesday will be overcast and wet with showers and drizzles that will ease and become increasingly patchy and colorful.

    Clouds will break and sunshine will form afterwards. Wednesday will be cloudy with patches of rain and drizzle.

    Magic shines brighter across the southeast.

  • Snow will fall in the North on Monday

    The Met Office is warning Britons there will be “severe frost” before snowfall is predicted for the next few days – with forecasts suggesting it could arrive on Sunday.

    Polar explosion is set to carry snow across the country before moving west, then hitting the north and the Midlands on Monday.

    According to WXCharts, the Arctic blast will devastate the UK in early February – after starting this weekend.

  • A chaotic February

    It looks like February is shaping up to be a turbulent month with the elements, as the mix of wet and windy weather with snow causes chaos.

    Met forecaster James Madden said cold and snow would approach from the north throughout the start of the month, with downpours likely to reach the capital.

    Long-range projections suggest snow could fall in northern areas if freezing temperatures continue.

    According to the forecast, the risk of snow could last until at least February 11, after many parts of the country were hit by rain and white things.

  • Outlook from January 30 to February 8

    Around this time, the weather is likely to start to get wetter than late in the year in the West, with patches of rain pushing northeast from the southwest on Sunday, while the east is likely to be stable and dry. dry.

    Cloudy and dry weather could then return at most late January, while in the north it can be windy and wet at times, with showers possible over high ground in Scotland .

    Moving into February, cloudy and stable weather is likely to remain for most of the time, with occasional rain and wind in the far northwest.

    Overall, temperatures are likely to be near or milder than average during this period, although some shorter-than-average colds are possible in the north.

  • Attacks to Britain this week

    Snow will reach the UK on Friday after storms caused mayhem this weekend, new weather maps show.

    The latest UK weather maps from WXCharts show snowfall on Friday (February 4) as temperatures drop as low as -3C in Scotland.

    Hurricane Carrie will move eastward over Scotland on Sunday and push across the North Sea in the early hours of Monday.

    The Met Office has issued an amber weather warning for winds across northern parts of Scotland from Sunday to Monday morning.

  • 95% chance of snow in Scotland

    The polar ice, which is expected to begin this week, could also bring snow.

    The map shows a high risk of snow across large parts of the UK on Friday morning, Express.co.uk reports.

    There is a 95 per cent chance of snowfall in a large swath of Scotland by around 6am.

    But Britain is unlikely to escape the onslaught, with more than a 70 per cent chance of snowfall in the North West of England, as well as Wales.

  • Keep a winter emergency kit in your car

    No motorist plans to crash, but it does happen and often happens at the most inconvenient times.

    It is best to keep one first aid kit in the car as a precaution, especially if it’s dark and the temperature plummets.

    It’s also worth keeping sanitizer in the pack so you’re ready for those chilly mornings.

    “A torch, a first aid kit and some emergency food and drinks can also help, while keeping deodorant and a clean scraper in the car will make mornings chilly,” says Hugo. start to feel less tired.”

  • Odds on coldest February on record

    According to Ladbrokes, next month could be the coldest month on record.

    Bookies are currently only expecting 3/1 for the coldest February on record this year, with temperatures dropping soon.

    2/1 odds say this ends up being the coldest winter since records began.

    Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati said: “With a massive freeze set to destroy all four corners of the UK, the odds suggest we will have some record low temperatures in the coming weeks. “

  • Snowstorms could continue until at least February 11

    Met forecaster James Madden explained that cold and snow will approach from the north throughout the start of the month, with downpours likely to reach the capital.

    Long-range projections suggest snow could fall in northern areas if freezing temperatures continue.

    According to the forecast, a snowstorm could continue until at least February 11, after parts of the country are hit with rain and white things.

  • UK weather forecast for Monday and Tuesday

    Monday will be bright with prolonged spells of sunshine however clouds will accumulate over northern and western areas and a few showers are likely.

    Tuesday will be overcast and wet with cloudy skies and spells of rain and drizzle with occasional showers before turning to showers.

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Bobby Allyn

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