UK weather: Snow to hit UK TOMORROW after raging 50mph gales strike today as country braces itself for return of Beast From The East

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BRITS are braced for the return of the Beast From The East as raging 50mph gales strike the country today before snow falls tomorrow. Sub-zero arctic air is set to push in this weekend bringing fierce gales and driving rain – as forecasters warn of the first “widespread snow” of winter. Every part of the […]
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