Cold and severe weather continues in the island nation on Thursday at the Bremer Meteorological Observatory in eastern Scotland, after recording a February low of -23 degrees. Glass.
Just like it was yesterday We were also informed about the originThe city of Primer in eastern Scotland measured -23 degrees Celsius at 8:13 a.m., according to the British Meteorological Agency. According to the announcement This month has been the coldest since February 23, 1955, i.e. not in Britain for 66 years.
The British National Weather Service has promised that severe frosts will continue over the weekend, after breaking more than 60 years of cold record in the country yesterday. Over the next three days it was written in some parts of the island nation The temperature will be -15 C lower than usual.
In the northeast of England and the central and northeastern part of Scotland, orange warnings for snow and ice hazards issued on Thursday will be in effect until noon on Saturday.
Cornwall, Devon, Plymouth and South West Wales have similar weather alarms, in some areas 15 cm of snow is expected till dawn on Saturday.
According to forecasts, roads and railways are likely to be affected and people should be prepared for the dangers and accidents caused by slippery roads and sidewalks.
However, according to the British Meteorological Service, cold weather is unlikely to break again in the coming days, with Saturday night weather expected to drop in the second half of the weekend. From late Friday evening, most of the UK will have dry but cold weather, and as of writing, severe snowfall is expected only in the northeastern parts of Scotland.