Red alert as Storm Arwen gets icy grip
Daily Express|November 27, 2021
A RARE red “danger to life” warning was issued by the Met Office last night as Storm Arwen raced in, bringing 75mph winds and snow.
Mark Reynolds

Weathermen warned the huge depression would sweep down from the north, bringing icy temperatures today.

The red warning covered Scotland and parts of northern England overnight, with lesser Amber and Yellow warnings for the rest of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Police Scotland warned motorists in areas covered by the alert to not travel “under any circumstances”.

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