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UK Weather: Killer Storm As Wen begins to clear, “sub-zero cold” will continue until next week

The terrible cold spell is expected to hit Britain in the next two days, triggered by the murderer Storm Awen.

Three people died as horror on the weekend weather The pattern caused havoc in both rural and urban areas, which span the widespread areas of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.

NS Principal became the first victim of the Great Storm After his car hit a fallen tree in Northern Ireland.

The tragic incident took place on Friday at Dublin Road in Antrim.

A 35-year-old man was also killed by a fallen tree in Aberdeenshire on Friday. It landed on his pickup truck.

Windthrows are in great danger throughout Britain this weekend, resulting in tragic death.

Police returning to their van from the tragic scene were stunned to find their car flattened by another tree.

In Cambria, another windthrow death was recorded.

The Met Office says Sundays will remain cold, although the more dangerous weather on weekends is likely to be replaced by milder showers.

The forecast for Sunday, November 28 is as follows:

The edge of a partially collapsed gable on a station road in Seaham, Durham
The edge of a partially collapsed gable on a station road in Seaham, Durham

“Rain and snow in northern Scotland slowly moves south and softens. It rains lightly in Northern Ireland. It rains on exposed coasts, but most of England and Wales are sunny. It’s cold.”

A “cold and bright start” is expected on Monday, with rain in all areas of the southeast.

The pub manager, on the other hand, could have killed Storm Irwen if she had finished her cigarette break a second earlier. As you can see on the dreaded CCTV from this weekend.

Met Office weather map on November 28
Met Office weather map on November 28

Cheryl Pond was smoking at 1:32 am on Saturday (November 27) at the Star of Bridgend, a town between Cardiff and Swansea, during dangerous weather.

As you can see in the clip, she picks up a drink from the table and moves it indoors. It falls a few centimeters from where the giant pine tree stands.

55 years old said Wales online: “The pub was closed and I went to buy cigarettes before I finished cleaning. Then I was attacked by a tree.”

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UK Weather: Killer Storm As Wen begins to clear, "sub-zero cold" will continue until next week

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