Sunday, 4 February 2018

Monday Morning Commuters Are Braced For Travel Chaos As The UK Prepares For The Coldest Week Of Winter With Widespread Snow And An icy -7C Blast

A woman was pictured walking her pet in the city's Botanical Garden as heavy snow and winds brought power outages, flight delays and cancellations 
Outbreaks of snow and freezing temperatures will make next week the coldest of the winter, with forecasters warning of travel disruption throughout the seven-day spell.

A series of severe weather warnings have been put in place, with widespread ice and sleet due from today until the following weekend, the Met Office said.

Commuters in London and the rest of the south east of England were warned of treacherous conditions at the start of the working week, with an inch of snow possible on Monday morning. 

The mercury could plummet as low as -7C in some parts of the UK, while the bulk of the population can expect to shiver through sub-zero temperatures. 

Today is set to be bitterly cold but sunny for much of the country, however snowy spells over the weekend meant it was a picturesque scene in the north of England and Scotland.

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