Wild UK snow weather chart show ‘290-mile wide’ blizzard approaching the country

The UK is just one week away from a huge band of snow stretching around 290 miles hitting its shores -and it's all thanks to Russia. The meteorological agency The Met Office had already warned last week that Brits should prepare for "heavy showers and snow", with showers beginning yesterday (December 3) and continuing through to Tuesday before the weather

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Met Office’s first Christmas Day forecast gives clue about whether it will snow

The UK has received its first long-range winter weather forecast for the Christmas period – but chances of snow remain up in the air. The Met Office has announced that the early stab is made with “low confidence” but does predict that the weather it hopes the weather will be settled. Meanwhile, temperatures are expected to be “normal” for that

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Temperatures set to soar next week with Britain getting one last summer spike

Britain is set to have one final week of summer before the autumn weather kicks in, according to a meteorologist. Jim Dale, senior meteorologist at British Weather Services, told the Daily Express that there had been early indicators that England could expect more hot weather throughout the month of September. He said: "It’s a long way off but tentatively yes

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Met Office issues UK weather warnings as ‘thundery showers’ rips through country

Don’t miss a thing! Sign up to the Daily Star’s newsletter We have more newsletters Extreme warnings of thunderstorms and heavy torrential rain are forecasted for both England and Wales in weather that could potentially cause sudden flooding. According to the Met Office, they have issued a yellow weather warning for Wednesday (August 17) and have expected to witness hail

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Bored boy breaks record with Lego train that’s longer than seven-storey building

A teen broke a Guinness World Record for the most carriages in a Lego train after lockdown boredom inspired him to get a record. Alexander Blong, 14, spent about 50 hours building the 101-carriage toy vehicle, which now stretches 25 metres – as long as a swimming pool or a seven-storey building. Alexander, from Auckland, New Zealand, completed his impressive

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Vulnerable Brits urged to stay inside to avoid dangerous and thick pollution

Don’t miss a thing! Sign up to the Daily Star’s newsletter Fitness fanatics and vulnerable people are being urged to stay indoors because of thick clouds of pollution. Surging 20C temperatures have sparked “high” levels of fine particulate pollution, known as PM2.5 – one of the most dangerous forms. High pollution has been recorded from Kent to Sunderland as Britain

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