Storm Emma followed in the footsteps of the Beast from the East and has brought more snow and dangerous icy conditions. The wintry conditions are expected to continue Friday (March 2) . Many schools were forced to close on Thursday due to inclement weather, and several have already confirmed that they will be closing Friday. The Met Office has issued a further yellow warning for Bedfordshire for snow and ice on Friday, and snow on Saturday.
Storm Emma has brought more snow and dangerous icy conditions to Milton Keynes. The wintry conditions are expected to continue Friday (March 2) . Many schools were forced to close on Thursday due to inclement weather, and several have already confirmed that they will be closing Friday. The Met Office has issued a further yellow warning for Milton Keynes for snow and ice on Friday, and snow on Saturday.
Cambridgeshire is in the midst of sub-zero temperatures, snow and ice - and is likely to be until at least the weekend, according to forecasters at the Met Office. To say it is going to be chilly would be an understatement, with temperatures predicted to creep over zero for only a few hours this week. It feels like we've been sharing warnings about the Russian Beast from the East for days - but now it is finally arriving in Cambridgeshire and the temperatures are plummeting.
Stood all the way from Kings Cross to Cambridge on 16.44 service. Now onwards to Waterbeach. Absolutely packed trains. More people got off to replace the people who got off at Cambridge. Not a journey I do often, daily reality for others though. https://t.co/BcXnd5Snsa
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