Arctic freeze to sweep across Britain - Met Office

Met Office warn people to be on alert as snow and frost expected

Arctic freeze to sweep across Britain - Met Office

The Met Office has warned people across the country to be on alert as mild weather looks set to give way to snow and widespread frost. The dramatic change is due to a blast of freezing Arctic air that is expected to plunge temperatures this weekend.

Some of the areas that are still recovering from flooding are expected to be hit, as strong northerly winds bring widespread frost and snow.

Prior to the cold weather arriving it is expected that even more heavy rainfall will linger over the north of the country, bringing more warnings of flooding to already devastated regions.

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