What will the UK weather be in the next few days? – Bloomberg

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Freezing temperatures and a blanket of snow are poised to hit the UK in the next few days, boosting energy demand just as output from the nation’s fleet of wind parks is slumping. 
The Met Office issued yellow severe weather warnings for ice and snow for parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and the east coast of the UK for Wednesday and Thursday. Temperatures will drop as low as -10 Celsius (14 Fahrenheit) by the end of the week, the forecaster said. 


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