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Weather warning for rain and snow in Lancashire
Updated 5:05pm Friday 14th February 2014 in News
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- Two to five centimetres of snow fall is possible in some areas in the region.
- Public advised to be aware of the potential for very poor conditions and disruption to travel due to snow
RT @danjewellmedia: More of this please #mrbluesky http://t.co/DRiWN3xSNX— @ASFCofficial 14 February 2014
RT @timmins24: I can see bits of blue sky in Accrington!!! @ASFCofficial #weatherupdate http://t.co/G2PaaySTeH— @ASFCofficial 14 February 2014
3:18pm Fri 14 Feb 14
I hope it misses the crown ground tonight so Stanley can carry on up that league. come on and support us.
MET OFFICE: An area of rain will move across the UK from the south on Friday afternoon and into the evening.
As this rain arrives it will fall as snow above approximately 250 m over England and Scotland, but may fall to low levels for a time in the northern half of Northern Ireland and western Scotland.
Temporary accumulations of 2 to 5 cm are possible in places, mainly above 250 m, with up to 10 cm possible over the highest routes in Scotland.
Rain falling steadily now in Blackburn. Looking bleak out there...
Whatever people say about #Blackburn, we never get extreme weather. No floods or power cuts here. Being surrounded by hills shelters us.— @RovingMick 14 February 2014
Take a look at the MET office for more information...
Winds picking up a bit in Blackburn town centre. Be careful out there...
AFCB v Burnley tomorrow. Hope the weather doesn't have a say!! Cmon u redz ave it!!— @CliveHoyal 14 February 2014
RT @metoffice: Wet and windy #ValentinesDay for many, weather warnings are in place. See the forecast for your location at http://t.co/et9Q…— @BWHGovernors 14 February 2014
Darron Burness, head of the AA’s flood rescue team, said: “Today has brought some temporary respite from the repeated body blows inflicted by the weather but, with the Met Office warning of a ‘multi-pronged attack’, drivers will need to be on their toes to avoid a sucker punch.”
A spokesman for Lancashire County Council said gritters were on standby.
The AA is encouraging drivers to use their car radio’s traffic announcement function to help minimise disruption to journeys as a ‘multi-pronged attack’ of rain, snow and wind is set to affect drivers.
11:14am Fri 14 Feb 14
trying to big up a rather mild winter for the north.. on this occasion I am glad I don't live down south during the winter.
Regions affected by Yellow warnings:
Central, Tayside & Fife, East Midlands, East of England, Grampian, Highlands & Eilean Siar, London & South East England, North East England, North West England, Northern Ireland, SW Scotland, Lothian Borders, South West England, Strathclyde, Wales, West Midlands, Yorkshire & Humber
#BLACKBURN - Weather warning for rain and snow in Lancashire http://t.co/qVxItjeGai #Lancashire— @LANCASHlRE 14 February 2014
Turning wet and windy with hill snow. Risk of gales.
Today: After a dry start with some early brightness, cloud will increase from the south, bringing rain and strong winds by midday with gales developing. Hill snow is likely, leading to some accumulations. The rain will clear to showers by evening. Maximum temperature 9 °C.
Tonight: An unsettled, windy night with heavy showers or periods of rain, but the showers tending to ease a little by morning. Gales likely, especially to the south and in exposure. Minimum temperature 3 °C.
Saturday: Strong winds and outbreaks of rain bringing some heavy downpours, especially through the morning. Winds easing with some brighter, drier spells in the afternoon. Maximum temperature 6 °C.
Met Office UK weather warning UK:- Yellow Warning of Snow for North West England http://t.co/HXWzYK1YC1— @lrboylin 13 February 2014
Weather warning for rain and snow in Lancashire. THE Met office has issued a yellow alert for the... http://t.co/Eax4jm9k5l— @News_NorthWest 14 February 2014
THE Met office has issued a yellow alert for the north west of England and warns that rain will move across the UK from the south this afternoon.
They also warn that around two to five centimetres of snow fall is possible in some areas in the region.
They are advising the public to be aware of the potential for very poor conditions and disruption to travel due to snow, as well as temporary blizzard conditions over the higher routes, due to strong winds.
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