Fourth storm in a week to hit UK with snow, lightning and more strong winds
The Metro says The UK is facing more extreme weather today as flooding continues across the country.
Powerful winds, heavy snow and lightning are expected to hit some areas and weather warnings are in place for millions.
The weather system could be upgraded to a named storm – Storm Gladys – which would make it the fourth in less than a fortnight.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for wind across north-east England, Cumbria, North Yorkshire and parts of Scotland from 6am to 3pm on Wednesday.
A second yellow warning for wind and snow covers much of Scotland and Northern Ireland from 1pm on Wednesday until 3pm on Thursday – with up to 10cm of snow likely at even low levels and the possibility of 70mph gusts on coasts.
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