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The British are facing the coldest days of spring as heating costs continue to rise

The British are facing the coldest days of spring as heating costs continue to rise

The UK faces a much colder winter, with temperatures forecast to drop to -6 C (21.2 ° F) overnight.

According to the British newspaper, the Daily Mail, meteorologists are expecting some “peaks and lows” of spring sunshine in most parts of Britain next week, with winds expected in most parts at certain times of the year. Simon Partridge, the newspaper confirmed that the lowest temperature in the north was -6 degrees Celsius (21.2 Fahrenheit) and that it would be very cold tonight.

It will be cold tonight with widespread frost in the UK. Several points can be found between -4 C (24.8 F) and -6 C (21.2 F).

“It’s natural for flowers to start blooming, but all gardeners should watch out for frost tonight because it can cause problems for many plants,” he said.

Snow waves are coming at a time when heating and fuel costs are rising dramatically, so the British are facing these cold waves as well as rising prices.

The yellow weather warning set by meteorologists was lifted at 10 a.m. Saturday, with milder weather than Friday.

Over the past 48 hours, the coldest temperature recorded in the UK was Benson, south of Oxfordshire, with frost -6.4 degrees Celsius (20.48 Fahrenheit) and Cinnabridge in Wales -6.3 degrees Celsius (20.66 Fahrenheit). ) And -5.6 (C (21.92F) in the Altanahara Sutherland.

The Meteorological Department said the east coast will receive some rain over the weekend, but temperatures will be generally cooler due to light winds across the country.

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