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snow, ice bring disruption after storm caroline


image caption the met office said "increasingly frequent" snow showers were affecting parts of scotland, northern ireland and northern england snow has fallen across many parts of the uk overnight, bringing power cuts, school closures and some travel disruption.the met office said "increasingly frequent" snow showers were affecting parts of scotland, northern ireland and northern england.schools are closed across northern ireland, wales and scotland - where 500 homes remain without power.the met office has yellow "be aware" warnings in place for snow and ice.it said across the uk, 2-5cm (1-2in) of snow was likely, with up to 20cm possible in northern scotland, northern ireland, north wales and the midlands."the heaviest and most frequent snow showers will progressively become confined to n






uk snow: ice could add to travel disruption as temperatures drop


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondrivers face difficult driving conditions across northern irelandweather warnings are still in place in large parts of the uk, amid concern that icy conditions could cause travel delays and "cut off" some rural areas.the met office said snow showers would continue to affect parts of scotland, northern ireland, wales, northern england and parts of the midlands.hundreds of properties are still without power in the west midlands.there are yellow "be aware" warnings for parts of the country, with an amber "be prepared" alert in place on sunday.according to bbc weather, conditions are expected to ease throughout saturday with the heavier snow showers forecast overnight into sunday. in eastern parts of the uk, it is predicted to be a dry d






snow and ice warnings amid power cuts and school closures


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captionsnowy scenes in parts of the uksnow is continuing to fall in many parts of the uk, causing power cuts, school closures and travel disruption.the met office said "increasingly frequent" snow showers were affecting parts of scotland, northern ireland and northern england.hundreds of homes and businesses are without power in scotland and the west midlands - where police have warned of "numerous collisions" on the roads. the met office has yellow "be aware" warnings in place for snow and ice.it comes after storm caroline brought winds gusting more than 90mph on thursday, disrupting rail and ferry travel and shutting dozens of schools in scotland.meanwhile on friday:hundreds of homes in shetland, orkney and caithness in scotland are still






uk weather: snowfall causes power cuts and travel delays


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captionsnowy scenes in parts of the uksnow is continuing to fall in many parts of the uk, causing power cuts, school closures and travel disruption.the met office said snow showers would continue to affect parts of scotland, northern ireland, wales, northern england and parts of the midlands.hundreds of properties have lost power in scotland and the west midlands and police are warning of road collisions.the met has yellow "be aware" warnings for parts of the country, with an amber "be prepared" alert in place on sunday.more than 600 homes and businesses are without power in the west midlands, while about 250 homes across scotland have no supply.it comes after storm caroline brought winds gusting more than 90mph on thursday, disrupting rail






uk snow: power and travel disruption across country


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uk snow: ice could add to travel disruption as temperatures drop


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondrivers face difficult driving conditions across northern irelandsnow is continuing to fall in many parts of the uk, amid warnings that icy conditions overnight could cause travel delays and "cut off" some rural areas.the met office said snow showers would continue to affect parts of scotland, northern ireland, wales, northern england and parts of the midlands.hundreds of properties are still without power in the west midlands.the met has yellow "be aware" warnings for parts of the country, with an amber "be prepared" alert in place on sunday.on sunday "there is a good chance that some rural communities could become cut off", the met office said.image copyrightmet officeimage caption the met office's yellow weather warning for snow a






uk snow: ice could add to travel disruption as temperatures drop


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondrivers face difficult driving conditions across northern irelandsnow is continuing to fall in many parts of the uk, amid warnings that icy conditions overnight could cause travel delays and "cut off" some rural areas.the met office said snow showers would continue to affect parts of scotland, northern ireland, wales, northern england and parts of the midlands.hundreds of properties are still without power in the west midlands.the met has yellow "be aware" warnings for parts of the country, with an amber "be prepared" alert in place on sunday.on sunday "there is a good chance that some rural communities could become cut off", the met office said.image copyrightmet officeimage caption the met office's yellow weather warning for snow a






uk snow: ice could add to travel disruption as temperatures drop


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondrivers face difficult driving conditions across northern irelandsnow is continuing to fall in many parts of the uk, amid warnings that icy conditions overnight could cause travel delays and "cut off" some rural areas.the met office said snow showers would continue to affect parts of scotland, northern ireland, wales, northern england and parts of the midlands.hundreds of properties are still without power in the west midlands.the met has yellow "be aware" warnings for parts of the country, with an amber "be prepared" alert in place on sunday.on sunday "there is a good chance that some rural communities could become cut off", the met office said.image copyrightmet officeimage caption the met office's yellow weather warning for snow a






uk snow: amber warning issued across large parts of country


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiona drone captured scenic views over cefnpennar in north walesmore snow is hitting the uk with an amber weather warning issued across large parts of the country. the met office says there will be heavy snow across wales, the midlands, northern and eastern england, warning that rural areas could become "cut off". it predicts around 10cm will fall, with up to 20cm on higher ground. warnings are also in place for snow in scotland and northern ireland, and for high winds in the south. southern parts of england and wales face heavy rain and gale force winds of up to 70mph (112km/h), the met office said, with icy surfaces likely to be an "additional hazard".temperatures are also likely to reach lows of -10c (14f) in some parts of scotland an






uk weather: snowfall causes power cuts and travel delays


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captionsnowy scenes in parts of the uksnow is continuing to fall in many parts of the uk, causing power cuts, school closures and travel disruption.the met office said snow showers would continue to affect parts of scotland, northern ireland, wales, northern england and parts of the midlands.hundreds of properties have lost power in scotland and the west midlands and police are warning of road collisions.the met has yellow "be aware" warnings for parts of the country, with an amber "be prepared" alert in place on sunday.more than 600 homes and businesses are without power in the west midlands, while about 250 homes across scotland have no supply.it comes after storm caroline brought winds gusting more than 90mph on thursday, disrupting rail






uk snow: amber warning predicts snow across uk


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiona summary of the snow and ice risk warnings across the ukmore snow is expected to hit the uk on sunday as an amber weather warning rolls across the country. the met office says spells of heavy snow are likely over parts of wales, the midlands, northern and eastern england from 04:00 gmt, warning that rural areas could become "cut off". it predicts around 10cm will fall, with up to 20cm on higher ground. warnings are also in place for snow in scotland and northern ireland, and for high winds in the south. southern parts of england and wales could face heavy rain and gale force winds of up to 70mph (112km/h), the met office said, with icy surfaces likely to be an "additional hazard".temperatures are also likely to reach lows of -10c (1






storm doris: woman killed as uk hit by winds reaching 94mph


media captionfootage shows a tree balanced on a car in chiswicka woman has been killed and at least two people have been seriously injured as storm doris brought winds of up to 94mph, snow and rain to the uk.west midlands ambulance service said the woman had suffered head injuries when a piece of debris fell on to a street in wolverhampton.strong winds have led to flight cancellations and road and rail disruption across much of the country.thousands of homes have been left without power.about 1,500 homes and businesses are without electricity in northern ireland after trees fell on overhead lines. more than 21,500 customers had their power restored earlier. northern powergrid says nearly 900 homes were left without power in sheffield, but most now have their supply restored.more than 400 h






storm doris: woman killed as uk hit by winds reaching 94mph


media captionfootage shows a tree balanced on a car in chiswicka woman has been killed and at least two people have been seriously injured as storm doris brought winds of up to 94mph, snow and rain to the uk.west midlands ambulance service said the woman had suffered head injuries when a piece of debris fell on to a street in wolverhampton.strong winds have led to flight cancellations and road and rail disruption across much of the country.thousands of homes have been left without power.about 1,500 homes and businesses are without electricity in northern ireland after trees fell on overhead lines. more than 21,500 customers had their power restored earlier. northern powergrid says nearly 900 homes were left without power in sheffield, but most now have their supply restored.more than 400 h






storm doris: woman killed as uk hit by winds reaching 94mph


media captionfootage shows a tree balanced on a car in chiswicka woman has been killed and at least two people have been seriously injured as storm doris brought winds of up to 94mph, snow and rain to the uk.west midlands ambulance service said the woman had suffered head injuries when a piece of debris fell on to a street in wolverhampton.strong winds have led to flight cancellations and road and rail disruption across much of the country.thousands of homes have been left without power.about 1,500 homes and businesses are without electricity in northern ireland after trees fell on overhead lines. more than 21,500 customers had their power restored earlier. northern powergrid says nearly 900 homes were left without power in sheffield, but most now have their supply restored.more than 400 h






storm doris: woman killed as uk hit by winds reaching 94mph


media captionfootage shows a tree balanced on a car in chiswicka woman has been killed and at least two people have been seriously injured as storm doris brought winds of up to 94mph, snow and rain to the uk.west midlands ambulance service said the woman had suffered head injuries after a piece of debris fell on to a street in wolverhampton.strong winds have led to flight cancellations and road and rail disruption across much of the country.thousands of homes have been left without power.about 1,500 homes and businesses are without electricity in northern ireland after trees fell on overhead lines. more than 21,500 customers had their power restored earlier. northern powergrid says nearly 900 homes were left without power in sheffield, but most now have their supply restored.more than 400






snow set to cause travel delays across uk


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondrivers face difficult driving conditions across northern irelandsnow is continuing to fall in many parts of the uk, amid warnings that icy conditions overnight could cause travel delays and "cut off" some rural areas.the met office said snow showers would continue to affect parts of scotland, northern ireland, wales, northern england and parts of the midlands.hundreds of properties are without power in the west midlands.the met has yellow "be aware" warnings for parts of the country, with an amber "be prepared" alert in place on sunday.on sunday "there is a good chance that some rural communities could become cut off", the met office said.image copyrightmet officeimage caption the met office's yellow weather warning for snow and ice






snow, ice and travel chaos warning after storm caroline


image caption the met office said "increasingly frequent" snow showers were affecting parts of scotland, northern ireland and northern england snow has fallen across many parts of the uk overnight, with forecasters warning that road, rail and air travel may be disrupted.the met office said "increasingly frequent" snow showers were affecting parts of scotland, northern ireland and northern england.it said 10-20cm of snow could fall in northern scotland, northern ireland, north-west midlands and north wales.the met office has yellow "be aware" warnings in place for snow and ice.it said across the uk, 2-5cm (1-2in) of snow was likely in the other affected areas."the heaviest and most frequent snow showers will progressively become confined to north-east scotland during saturday," it said.it c






millions in northeast digging out from whopper winter storm


millions of people in the northeast are digging out from a massive late-winter storm. more heavy snow and strong wind hit new england overnight.   at least nine deaths were blamed on the storm as it crossed the country. nearly a quarter-million utility customers lost power in the northeast. big cities like philadelphia and new york didn;t get the large snow totals that were expected. the national weather service reportedly projected smaller snowfalls before the storm hit, but didn’t revise its public forecast.some towns still got huge amounts of snow: 30 inches in damascus, pennsylvania, and 31 inches in west winfield, new york.more than 20 inches have fallen in albany, new york, and the danger is far from over. a big danger now is the wind chill.heavy snow and wind continue to batter the






millions in northeast digging out from whopper winter storm


millions of people in the northeast are digging out from a massive late-winter storm. more heavy snow and strong wind hit new england overnight.   at least nine deaths were blamed on the storm as it crossed the country. nearly a quarter-million utility customers lost power in the northeast. big cities like philadelphia and new york didn;t get the large snow totals that were expected. the national weather service reportedly projected smaller snowfalls before the storm hit, but didn’t revise its public forecast.some towns still got huge amounts of snow: 30 inches in damascus, pennsylvania, and 31 inches in west winfield, new york.more than 20 inches have fallen in albany, new york, and the danger is far from over. a big danger now is the wind chill.heavy snow and wind continue to batter the






millions in northeast digging out from whopper winter storm


millions of people in the northeast are digging out from a massive late-winter storm. more heavy snow and strong wind hit new england overnight.   at least nine deaths were blamed on the storm as it crossed the country. nearly a quarter-million utility customers lost power in the northeast. big cities like philadelphia and new york didn;t get the large snow totals that were expected. the national weather service reportedly projected smaller snowfalls before the storm hit, but didn’t revise its public forecast.some towns still got huge amounts of snow: 30 inches in damascus, pennsylvania, and 31 inches in west winfield, new york.more than 20 inches have fallen in albany, new york, and the danger is far from over. a big danger now is the wind chill.heavy snow and wind continue to batter the






'major disruption' on east coast main line


image copyrightvirgin trainsimage caption virgin trains posted images of the damaged lines on twitter rail passengers are facing "major disruption" on the east coat main line due to damage to overhead power lines.national rail says the cables are damaged between retford and newark north gate.it said trains between doncaster and grantham were delayed by up to two hours or cancelled, adding that the disruption was expected to continue for the rest of the day.virgin trains has advised people not to travel.live updates and news from across lincolnshirethe following routes have been affected by the problem:grand central between sunderland / bradford interchange and london kings crosshull trains between hull and london kings crossvirgin trains east coast between edinburgh / newcastle / york / le






snowstorm strikes north-eastern united states


image copyrightepaimage caption a man walks through the snow in new york city on tuesday the north-eastern us states of new york, new jersey, pennsylvania and virginia have declared states of emergency as a huge winter storm sweeps in, bringing heavy snow.the us national weather service issued blizzard warnings from eastern pennsylvania to south-west maine.schools are closed and thousands of flights have been cancelled.the conditions caused german chancellor angela merkel to postpone a trip to washington to meet president trump.it has now been rescheduled for friday. with winds of up to 60mph (100km/h), the storm is expected to cause severe disruption for commuters across many parts of the north-east. in all, about 50 million people across the country have been warned about the severe weat






forecast: blizzard warning for most of long island


advertisement | advertise on newsdaynassau and suffolk county officials speaking about the impending nor'easter on monday, march 13, 2017 expect tuesday's storm to be a bad one, though officials should have a more definitive sense about the severity of the storm later monday. a blizzard warning is in effect for most of long island on tuesday, when strong winds and heavy snow expected during the morning commute could make for treachours travel, he said. a major late-winter storm is expected to hit long island on tuesday, dumping more than a foot of snow and bringing blizzard conditions that make for dangerous travel and potentially cause power outages.on the eve of the storm, forecasters were still trying to determine just how much snow would fall and which communities would get hit hardest






forecast: blizzard warning for most of long island


advertisement | advertise on newsdaynassau and suffolk county officials speaking about the impending nor'easter on monday, march 13, 2017 expect tuesday's storm to be a bad one, though officials should have a more definitive sense about the severity of the storm later monday. a blizzard warning is in effect for most of long island on tuesday, when strong winds and heavy snow expected during the morning commute could make for treachours travel, he said. a major late-winter storm is expected to hit long island on tuesday, dumping more than a foot of snow and bringing blizzard conditions that make for dangerous travel and potentially cause power outages.on the eve of the storm forecasters were trying to determine just how much snow would fall and which communities would get hit hardest.as of






storm doris winds reach 87mph as it hits uk


image copyrightpawinds reached almost 90mph as storm doris made landfall on the british coast.an 87mph gust was recorded on the galway coast in the republic of ireland.amber warnings issued by the met office for wind are in place in parts of northern england, east anglia, north wales and the midlands, with a snow warning issued for scotland.travel disruption is expected on road, train, air and ferry networks.the uk was being battered by gales in the early hours, with speeds of 72mph recorded at aberdaron on the west coast of wales.the strong winds are expected to cause flight delays and cancellations. aer lingus has cancelled almost all flights between between the uk and the republic of ireland.heathrow said there is a 10% reduction in its flight schedule due to the poor weather.a spokeswo






storm doris winds reach 94mph as it hits uk


media captionthe bbc's alison freeman is in blackpool where the winds have started to pick up along the promenadeparts of the uk are facing travel disruption as storm doris arrives with winds reaching 94mph.there are severe weather warnings for some of northern england, east anglia, north wales and the midlands, and there is snow in higher areas in scotland.flights have been cancelled at heathrow airport and commuters have been warned to expect road and rail delays.about 8,000 homes and businesses are without power in northern ireland due to trees falling onto overhead lines.snow is predicted to reach 20 to 30cm (8-12in) high in parts of scotland, while a 94mph gust of wind was recorded in capel curig, north-west wales.highways england is closing the dartford crossing linking kent and esse






uk snow: ice could add to travel disruption as temperatures drop


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storm doris winds reach 87mph as it hits uk


image copyrightpawinds reached almost 90mph as storm doris made landfall on the british coast.an 87mph gust was recorded on the galway coast in the republic of ireland.amber warnings issued by the met office for wind are in place in parts of northern england, east anglia, north wales and the midlands, with a snow warning issued for scotland.travel disruption is expected on road, train, air and ferry networks.gusts of more than 50mph have reached west wales and the isle of wight.the strong winds are expected to cause flight delays and cancellations across the uk. aer lingus has cancelled almost all flights between ireland and england.heathrow advised passengers to check their flight status before arriving at the airport. train services will also be disrupted, with network rail imposing a 50






you remember snow, right? it's back, big time


"the weather never repeats, but sometimes it rhymes." after 60s, golf, convertibles and gawking at minnesotans in shorts in february, are you really shocked the other boot is about to drop? me neither.every storm is different, uniquely baffling. an area of low pressure may be similar to a previous storm, but never identical. that's challenging, since weather models only go so far.the days leading up to a big weather event feel like your first driver's exam. you try to be confident but there's just so much that can go wrong. models still disagree on where we will see the most snow, but plowable amounts seem likely. it may be a blizzard just south and west of msp tonight and early friday. winds gusting over 40 mph on friday may whip up white-out conditions here as well.the metro area could b






west coast main line disruption: 'do not travel' warning


image [email protected] caption disruption is expected to continue until the end of the day rail passengers travelling in or out of london euston have been advised not to travel.damage to overhead cabling means no west coast main line services will arrive or depart until at least midday, network rail said.passengers using virgin and london midland services will be affected and delays are expected throughout the day.underground trains from euston will run as normal, network rail said.services between london euston and the following stations are affected:birmingham new street chestercreweedinburghglasgow centralliverpool lime streetmanchester piccadillymilton keynes centralnorthamptonwatford junction'it ain't pretty'many passengers have taken to twitter, using #watfordjunction to a






storm doris: woman killed as uk hit by winds reaching 94mph


image copyrightpaimage caption waves crash over lighthouse in newhaven, east sussex a woman has been killed as storm doris brought winds of up to 94mph along with snow and rain to the uk.west midlands ambulance service said the woman had suffered very serious head injuries after a piece of debris fell on to a street in wolverhampton.strong winds have led to flight cancellations and road and rail disruption across much of britain.about 2,700 homes and businesses are without electricity in northern ireland after trees fell on overhead lines.northern powergrid says nearly 900 homes have been left without power in sheffield. more than 400 homes are without electricity in cheshire and at least 960 homes are without power across lincolnshire.energy company sse said about 700 customers had experi






snow causes power outages in eastern idaho


idaho falls, idaho (ap) — heavy snow falling in eastern idaho is causing power outages.news outlets report saturday that snow is taking down tree branches in the idaho falls area and some of those branches are hitting power lines.the city of idaho falls said the outages are scattered throughout the city.crews plan to work on restoring the lines through the day.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.officials are warning residents to stay clear of downed lines.the snow also prompted officials at the idaho falls zoo to close for the day, due to concerns about slick pathways and possible treed damage.






snow, ice and travel chaos warning after storm caroline


image copyrightpaimage caption rail and ferry travel was affected in scotland on thursday warnings of snow, ice and wind have been issued for many parts of the uk, with forecasters saying road, rail and air travel may be disrupted on friday.snow showers affecting scotland, northern ireland and northern england are expected to extend across wales and central and western england overnight.the met office has yellow "be aware" warnings in place.there are flood warnings on england's east coast due to a tidal surge brought by storm caroline from the atlantic.on thursday, rail and ferry travel were disrupted and dozens of schools shut in scotland as storm caroline brought winds gusting more than 90mph. bbc weather presenter louise lear said storm caroline is moving away towards scandinavia but is






snow, ice and travel chaos warning after storm caroline


image copyrightpaimage caption rail and ferry travel was affected in scotland on thursday warnings of snow, ice and wind have been issued for many parts of the uk, with forecasters saying road, rail and air travel may be disrupted on friday.snow showers affecting scotland, northern ireland and northern england are expected to extend across wales and central and western england overnight.the met office has yellow "be aware" warnings in place.there are flood warnings on england's east coast due to a tidal surge brought by storm caroline from the atlantic.on thursday, rail and ferry travel were disrupted and dozens of schools shut in scotland as storm caroline brought winds gusting more than 90mph. bbc weather presenter louise lear said storm caroline is moving away towards scandinavia but is






intense hail storms trigger disruption in bogota |


violent thunderstorms have struck the colombian capital, bogota. the storms brought large amounts of hail, which blanketed the city and transformed it into a winter wonderland.the hail was so deep that it looked like snow. children buried themselves in it, formed snowballs and built snowmen.however, the storms also triggered flooding and tore down trees and power lines.a dangerous mixture of water and ice flowed down some roads to the north of the city, making them impassable and causing a major disruption to transport.numerous people lost power during the severe weather.christian euscategui, head of the forecast and alert service ideam, told el colombiano that the storms were caused by the humid air of the magdalena region to the north of bogota, colliding with the humidity of the orinoqu






british airways outage creates travel chaos in london after it system failure


london -- british airways (ba) has canceled all flights from london's heathrow and gatwick airports saturday, saying it is experiencing a "very severe disruption" to its it system on a busy u.k. holiday weekend.the airline tells cbs news correspondent kris van cleave it has no evidence the disruption is the result of a cyber attack.ceo alex cruz said in a video statement released saturday that the airline will issue full refunds to passengers who choose not to travel because of the outage."we believe the root cause was a power-supply issue and we have no evidence of any cyberattack," cruz said. ba operates hundreds of flights from the two london airports on a typical day -- and both are major hubs for worldwide travel.earlier, ba had canceled flights from the two airports until 6 p.m. loca






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storm doris: woman killed as uk hit by winds reaching 94mph


image copyrightpaimage caption trees have been brought down in a number of locations around the uk a woman has been killed as storm doris brought winds of up to 94mph along with snow and rain to the uk.west midlands ambulance service said the woman had suffered very serious head injuries after a piece of debris fell on to a street in wolverhampton.strong winds have led to flight cancellations and road and rail disruption across much of britain.thousands of homes have been left without power in northern ireland, wales, scotland and northern england.about 1,500 homes and businesses are without electricity in northern ireland after trees fell on overhead lines. more than 21,500 customers had their power restored earlier. northern powergrid says nearly 900 homes were left without power in shef