– UK weather: Snow warning for most of Britain as temperatures plummet to -6C (Independent, Jan 16, 2015):
Much of the UK could be blanketed in up to 15cm of snow over today and tomorrow as temperatures plummet far below freezing.
More warnings have been issued for severe cold weather and ice until Tuesday, with the elderly and anyone with underlying health conditions being urged to keep warm indoors.
Carrbridge, in the Scottish Highlands, is due to see temperatures of -6C over the next 24 hours as one of the coldest places in Britain.
– Snow is on the way and temperatures could plummet to a teeth-chattering -15C (Daily Record, Jan 15, 2015):
WEATHER Channel UK meteorologist Liam Brown warned: “We should prepare for freezing temperatures and very icy conditions for the coming days, and probably much of next week too.
BLIZZARDS swept across the country yesterday – as Scots were warned that the worst of the wintry weather was yet to come.
The Met Office have issued “be aware” warnings for wind, ice and rain for much of central and southern Scotland for today.
Travel chaos is set to continue as severe gales of up to 80mph hit the country, while heavy rain and a thaw caused by slightly milder temperatures could lead to localised flooding.
Snow is forecast to return from tomorrow, when the mercury will fall again – and by early next week temperatures could plummet to a teeth-chattering -15C.
Weather Channel UK meteorologist Liam Brown warned: “We should prepare for freezing temperatures and very icy conditions for the coming days, and probably much of next week too.