A “BEAST from the Baltic” will batter Britain today bringing heavy snow, dangerous blizzards and sub-zero temperatures.
The cold front is set to bring snow across large areas of the South and East of the country.
As the Met Office issued a series of weather warnings, Public Health England urged people to keep an eye on elderly neighbours or relatives.
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