Forecasters at the Met Office say a deep area of low pressure

A LOOMING storm is headed for Britain this weekend after heavy snow fell in parts of the country yesterday.

Homes in the north-west and Devon were covered in two inches of the white stuff thanks to an outbreak of thundersnow – turbulent storms that cause snowfall instead of rain.

Car Buttertubs Pass

An abandoned car on the Buttertubs Pass in the Yorkshire Dales today

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A local inspects their snow covered surroundings in the Yorkshire Dales today

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Dariusz and Angelika Simon take a stroll in the snow in Inverness today
Autumn weather Nov 19th
Storm Angus is headed for the south east of Britain after heavy snowfall across northern parts of the UK yesterday
The Met Office has issued an amber “be prepared” warning before Storm Angus reaches the coast from Bournemouth to Dover overnight.A yellow “be aware” warning for winds up to 55mph and heavy rain has been issued for a larger area of the south and east of England, including London.

Some places recorded winds of 80mph as a deep low pressure system travelled across the UK with another one expected tomorrow, which could generate the first named storm of the season.

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