UK weather forecast: Storm to bring 80mph winds with 'danger to life' warning - Mirror Online

Is set to be battered with 80mph winds – as the Met Office has issued a 'danger to life' warning.

With a view of the country in the middle of snow, with a view to the bottom of the snow.

The plunge in temperatures could bring two to ice, rain and snowfall.

And now, it is now traveling towards the UK.

Before the north and into Scotland, the storm is predicted to slam into the Cornish coast.

The dropping temperatures will see a sudden blast of gale-force winds

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for wind

Across the Pennines and higher ground of southern Scotland.

A yellow weather warned by the Met Office, saying: "A spell of very strong winds on Friday could bring some disruption.

"Road, rail, and ferry services may be affected.

Some roads and bridges may be a slight chance of some damage to buildings.

"There is a small chance in the sea", "coastal roads and properties."

While it is predicted to lose power over the next two days.

Up to eight inches of snow is expected to fall into some parts

Temperatures across the country are expected to plummet

Parts of Wales are also due to the storm.

Scotland could see a dip in biting -6 and possibly -8 in the Highlands tonight.

Saw arriving in the United Kingdom just days after Storm Diana brought in to heavy parts – including Bristol which saw severe flash flooding.

Parts of North Yorkshire have already seen heavy snow and roads.

The storm was bad news for dogs as windy weather has been blowing toxic blobs of palm oil on beaches – which is attractive but harmful to dogs if they lick it.

Dogs assumes they are tasty – but the substance is toxic and can kill them.

Devon-stormy beaches in Devon, including Babbacombe beach at Torquay.

Some parts could reach up to -6 or -8 in the Highlands

The Met Office has warned of large waves causing disruption in coastal areas

A Torquay council spokesman warned the blobs are contaminated with bacteria and other poisonous substances which have killed several dogs recently.

The National Trust has reported more blobs coming ashore on popular winter-time dog walking beaches in Norfolk.

The Trust posted online "Brancaster Beach.

We will currently investigate but will not allow your dog to pick up and eat anything off the beach.

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