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Met Office issues UK amber weather warning for cold snap

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The Met Office has issued a severe cold weather alert for England. Low temperatures later this week could disrupt deliveries and leave vulnerable people at risk. The alert requires social and healthcare services to take action. Average temperatures this week are expected to be up to 4C colder than usual.
Published 2 months ago

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Met Office issues UK amber weather warning for cold snap

The Met Office has issued a severe cold weather alert for England and warned that low temperatures later this week could disrupt deliveries and leave vulnerabl

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Met Office issues severe cold weather alert

The alert requires social and healthcare services to take action to protect high-risk groups

2 months ago
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