‘Bitterly cold winds’ temperatures drop to -4 in south England

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Some parts of England could see ‘bitterly cold winds’ over the next few days as the ‘beast from the east’ continues to bring sub-zero temperatures and icy conditions.

The Met Office has issued yellow ‘be aware’ weather warnings for snow and ice across most of England for the rest of Thursday and Friday.

Freezing temperatures are expected to be as low as -4C in the south-east of England and -3C in the south-west. This pales in comparison to biting temperatures experienced in the village of Dalwhinnie, in the Scottish Highlands on Tuesday, which saw the mercury plummet to -11C.

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