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An icy arctic blast is set to batter Britain with gale force winds as temperatures could plummet to -10C in some parts of the UK.
Thick fog will also cause travel chaos across the UK as commuters will face difficult driving conditions and flight delays on Thursday night and Friday morning.
Forecaster - Wintry - Blast - Way - UK
One forecaster warned that a 'potent wintry blast' is on its way and could arrive in the UK 'early next week'.
Remote parts of Britain will be hit by freezing winds as temperatures could drop as low as -10C in Scotland and snow could even fall on higher grounds.
Met - Office - Yellow - Warning - Flights
The Met Office has issued an urgent yellow warning and said some flights could be delayed because of patchy fog on Friday night.
Almost the whole of Northern Ireland, and the west of England, including Liverpool, Manchester, Wolverhampton, Bristol and parts of Devon will also be affected by thick fog.
James - Madden - Forecaster - Exacta - Weather
James Madden, a forecaster for Exacta Weather, warned that snow will hit 'northern and western areas' next week.
He said: 'We are currently in the calm before the storm, there are now strong signals for a potent wintry blast to arrive early next week.
'Westerly winds will...
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