BRITS looks set to face a ‘winter blast’ as two new storms head towards the UK, with the potential for severe disruption.
Senior meteorologist at the British Weather Service, Jim Dale, predicted that Cyclone Gladys and Cyclone Hermann would bring bone-chilling cold.
The next two storms are expected to make landfall in the next few months.
Mr Dale told Express.co.uk this time of year could bring “some of the snowiest conditions”.
The Met Office says that storms are named based on “weather effects”, using their National Severe Weather Warning service.
The news comes as more flood warnings have been issued by the Met Office ahead of heavy rain moving to the UK.
Two flood warnings have also been issued for the Severn River due to the river’s still high water levels.
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https://www.the-sun.com/news/4786274/uk-weather-forecast-live-met-office-warning-storm-floods/ UK weather forecast LIVE – Britons brace for a bone-chilling ‘winter blast’ as TWO new storms prepare to wreak havoc