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Major disruptions hit the UK's weather and raised the level of air pollution

Major disruptions hit the UK’s weather and raised the level of air pollution

One week after temperatures in the UK reached 20 degrees Celsius, the British newspaper “Express” confirmed that the weather would worsen next week.

He said after a very stressful weekend, there would be rain and sleet and snowfall in many parts of the country and the high pressure would continue with pleasant temperatures from Thursday to Monday, March 28.

Temperatures of up to 19 degrees Celsius are expected in many parts of the country, including London and Birmingham, on Friday, March 25, with most parts of the UK being sunny, he said.

However, he noted that according to the latest BBC weather report for next week, turbulent weather could lead to higher levels of air pollution.

Temperatures will be low in Scotland, but moderate in most parts of the UK and very high and high in the east and southeast, the newspaper added.

After that, more pressure will be set, reducing the possibility of dim skies, but at the same time, leading to cooler temperatures.

The meteorological office said low pressure with winds from Scandinavia would begin next week, meaning a significant drop in temperature, with snowfall returning to Scotland earlier in the week and most parts of the UK.

He explained that it would be much worse early Friday morning as temperatures could drop below eight degrees below zero in the northern part of Scotland. They are this week ..

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