Tuesday, 1 March 2016

BRITAIN TO BRACE FOR STORM JAKE MOVING IN.


Storm Jake has blown into Britain tonight after forecasters warned of ice and 70mph winds along with up to four inches of snow.
The storm hit parts of Ireland this evening and blustery and cold weather will spread across the South West of England and Wales today.
Showers turned wintry overnight, with the risk of a more prolonged spell of snowfall lasting until early tomorrow morning, especially in the South.
This will bring snow with one to two inches possible in many places, and locally up to four inches - mainly on ground above about 300ft.
A temperature drop is also expected in northern cities tomorrow where a fall of about 6C (43F) will follow balmier readings of 11C (34F) today.

Read more  - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3471490/Storm-Jake-way-TONIGHT-forecasters-warn-Britain-brace-icy-roads-four-inches-snow-70mph-winds.html