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Britain is set to be lashed by 75mph icy gales next week as the Met Office issues a yellow weather warning predicting possible disruption.
Next week's severe gales and cold snap comes after a mild weekend with temperatures of around 9C (48F) to 10C (50F) across most of the country.
Spell - Temperatures - -10C - Saturday - Night
It came after a brief cold spell with temperatures of around -10C (14F) on Saturday night in Scotland.
The bitter wind chills will make temperatures feel considerably colder and combine with heavy rain and go through Scotland and Northern Ireland before settling in England.
Weather - Warning - Effect - Monday - Tuesday
The weather warning is scheduled to be in effect from 12pm on Monday until 3pm on Tuesday and will cover the northern parts of Scotland with gales reaching as much as 75 mph.
These cold conditions will mark a frosty January with temperatures in England and Wales expected to plummet, with snow possible by the end of the month.
Met - Office - Reads - 'Very - Winds
The Met Office warning reads: 'Very strong winds are expected to affect northern and parts of eastern Scotland on Monday and Monday night.
'Gusts of 65 to 75 mph are likely,...
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