UK Weather: Potential impacts of wind and freezing temperatures

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Met Office – Weather published this video item, entitled “Potential impacts of wind and freezing temperatures” – below is their description.

Weather Snap audio only podcast series in which the Met Office takes a weekly look at the science behind the weather and climate headlines.

As Storm Arwen is named, Clare Nasir has more details of potential impacts that may be caused by high winds, freezing temperatures and snowfall where it occurs.

Presenter: Clare Nasir

Editor: Adrian Holloway

The Met Office is the United Kingdom’s national weather service. Our website carries the latest UK and global weather forecasts, detailed information on weather types, climate science and UK weather records for previous months, seasons and years.

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The Meteorological Office, abbreviated as the Met Office is the United Kingdom’s national weather service.

It is an executive agency and trading fund of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy led by CEO Penelope Endersby, who took on the role as Chief Executive in December 2018, is the first woman to do so.

The Met Office makes meteorological predictions across all timescales from weather forecasts to climate change.

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