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Snow Forecast For The Capital This Week

Snow Forecast For The Capital This Week

 Londoners have been warned sleet and snow could hit the capital as temperatures plunge this week.

The Met Office has announced that milder temperatures expected at the beginning of the week will plummet on Wednesday night as “wintry showers” travel across the UK and through the Channel.

“There is a risk of some snow and sleety weather on Thursday and possibly also Friday – mainly in the form of showers,” a forecaster told the Standard.

“It is difficult to gauge how much snow but it looks like a slight covering and it will feel very very cold.

“Temperatures will stay around four or

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Storm Imogen Hit United Kingdom

Storm Imogen Hit United Kingdom

BRITAIN was lashed by hurricane-force winds that reached nearly 100mph and torrential rains as a cataclysmic weather system called Storm Imogen battered parts of the country and claimed its first tragic victims.

The gales will be strong enough to damage trees and buildings, knock out power supplies and whip up colossal waves along coastal regions.The south is in the firing line to take the brunt of the storm while plunging temperatures in the north will bring snow.

Terrifying gales of up to 100mph have made Britain the third windiest place in the world.

A dedicated RSPCA has gone missing from a storm-ravaged beach where he was trying to help a flock of gannets.

A major air and sea search rescue operation is underway for Inspector Mike Read who had been

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Thousands Without Power As Storm Reaches UK

Thousands Without Power As Storm Reaches UK

Parts of Ireland have been left with no power as Storm Eva reaches the UK, threatening more damage to flood-hit area

Armed Forces are on standby for a Christmas flooding crisis as the North braces for more severe weather.

Seven hundred Environment Agency staff and military personnel are being deployed as flood warnings have been issued in the North and Scotland for late Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

Some 2,000 customers were left without power in Ireland as Storm Eva crossed the country, with

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Storm Desmond: Thousands Of People Flooded Out Of Homes

Storm Desmond: Thousands Of People Flooded Out Of Homes

Thousands of people have been flooded out of their homes or left without power after Storm Desmond wreaked havoc in parts of the UK.

In Cumbria and Lancashire more than 43,000 homes are suffering from power cuts, while an estimated 5,200 homes have been affected by flooding.

The weather has claimed two lives – in Cumbria and the Republic of Ireland.

David Cameron said the flood defences in Cumbria “were not enough” and some people might not be home for

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Spring Equinox

Spring Equinox

The equinox will also happen on March 20. While it won’t have any discernable, direct impact on how the solar eclipse looks, it will contribute to a rare collision of three unusual celestial events.

On March 20, the Earth’s axis will be perpindecular to the sun’s rays — which only happens twice a year, at the two equinoxes. After that, it will start tipping over, making the days longer in the northern hemisphere.

As such, the equinox has long been celebrated as a time of beginning and renewal, by a number of historic cultures, and is linked to Easter and Passover.

The equinox will happen at the same time as a

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Across The Country This Morning People Walk Up to High Winds 100mph

Across The Country This Morning People Walk Up to High Winds 100mph

Britain was hit with winds of up to 100mph overnight as Atlantic low pressure system sweeps across the country

Worst hit areas were Capel Curig in Snowdonia, High Bradfield in South Yorkshire and Weybourne in North Norfolk.
Liscombe in Somerset, Avonmouth near Bristol and Northolt in north west London also saw winds of 65mph plus.
Roads closed and public transport disrupted because of dangerous winds and fallen trees across swathes of the UK.

Millions of people up and down the country endured severe gales of up to 100mph today as an Atlantic storm battered Britain – knocking pedestrians off their feet and causing widespread disruption

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The Solar Eclipse

The Solar Eclipse

The solar eclipse is casting its shadow across Europe as millions of people defy gloomy weather forecasts to watch the rare astronomical spectacle.

Live reaction as Britain watches an astronomical spectacle that will not be seen in the UK for another 10 years.

If the smog clears up and the weather behaves, today’s partial solar eclipse is set to be the most spectacular seen in Britain for 15 years.

It will begin at around 8.30am and be all over by 10.30am

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