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UK weather Severe warning

The most severe warnings covered Strathclyde, Central, Tayside, Fife, South West Scotland, Lothian and Borders, with forecasters warning of “disruptive snowfall” that could affect the whole of Scotland. The Met Office said that two persistent spells of snow could affect “busy travel periods”, and warned of severe gales of up to 75mph across the UK on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday from "Storm Rachel", which has been increasing in intensity while sweeping in from the US.

The Met Office issued an amber warning – meaning “be prepared” – for central and southern Scotland until 10am this morning, before downgrading it to yellow to join the rest of the country in being told to “be aware” of adverse weather conditions from today until midnight tomorrow.  


The Independent

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