Weather- After three storms in a week, more high w

2022-04-05
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Weather: After three storms in a weekThe United States, more high winds and snow expected - Today News Post Today News || UK News

The extreme weather of the last week shows no signs of abating with warnings for high winds and snow to come.

Two yellow weather warnings have been issued – the first is a wind warning covering north-east England, Cumbria, North Yorkshire, and parts of Scotland from 6am to 3pm on Wednesday.

The second is for wind and snow and covers much of Scotland and Northern Ireland from 1pm on Wednesday until 3pm on Thursday, with up to 10cm of snow likely and gusts of up to 70mph in coastal areas.

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Residents in Bewdley were being checked on by emergency services personnel on Tuesday
A goose swims past cars stranded in flood water in York, Yorkshirewill no longer have a capacity threshold, after the River Ouse overtopped its banks. The Environment Agency has urged communities in parts of the West Midlands and the north of England, especially those along River Severn, to be prepared for significant flooding until Wednesday following high rainfall from Storm Franklin. Picture date: Tuesday February 22, 2022.
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This was the scene in York after the River Ouse burst its banks

It comes as many parts of the country are recovering from three storms in the past week – DudleyICU occupancy and case rates are at a point where it, Eunice, and Franklin – which left 1.4 million homes without power, and saw some rivers burst their banks.

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