Snow and Arctic winds on the way

ARCTIC winds, frost and snow will force us to turn up the heating this  week that is if you can afford it!

It will be warm today but in a sign the October heatwave is truly at an end,  the Met Office predicts snow will hit the ­Pennines and Peak District by  Tuesday.

Also, the dry autumn has left East Anglia and the Midlands facing drought warnings,  meaning they are likely to be hit by water restrictions in the new year.

 

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