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SNOW is set to fall for TWO WEEKS as freezing temperatures take over after killer Storm Arwen ripped through Britain.

Frozen flurries hit parts of the UK yesterday along with gusts of almost 100mph as a rare red wind warning was issued on Friday.

Snow is forecasted for the first week of December with more flurries on the way

Snow is forecasted for the first week of December with more flurries on the wayالإئتمان: Startraks
Freezing temperatures are set to continue into the coming weeks

Freezing temperatures are set to continue into the coming weeksالإئتمان: العلمي
Storm Arwen caused havoc with gusts of almost 100mph recorded

Storm Arwen caused havoc with gusts of almost 100mph recordedالإئتمان: ريكس

But freezing conditions are set to continue into December.

WX Charts show the wintery weather will continue next Friday affecting England, Scotland and Wales.

And Brits will be braced for weeks of cold conditionsas more snow is currently also forecast for December 13.

This means that snow is set to fallpotentially causing transport and travel issuesin the next two weeks.

Storm Arwen has ripped through the country in the last few days, bringing snowstorms and serious gales.

A third person has been crushed to death by a tree and 140,000 homes have no power as the chaotic 98mph Storm Arwen battered Britain.

A 35-year-old driver was killed when the tree fell on his car on the B977 in Aberdeenshire around 5.45pm on Friday.

Shortly after cops arrived at the scene, their police van was almost torn in two by another falling treeas the devastating storm raged on, cutting off power for thousands.

لحسن الحظ, no officers were hurt in the incident near Hatton-of-Fintray, Aberdeenshire.

Police Scotland confirmed a driver – الذي لم يتم ذكر اسمه – كنت “fatally injured when a vehicle was struck by a falling tree”.

He died at the scene shortly before 6pm.

It marks Storm Arwen’s third casualty, after head teacher and dad-of-four Francis Lagan was killed when a tree fell on his car in Antrim, إيرلندا الشمالية, يوم الجمعة.

And a second manwho has also not been namedwas crushed by a falling tree in Ambleside, في منطقة البحيرة, تعال وتناول الطعام معي أخيرًا تم تعيين الرجل المخفوق لكسب ثروة.

A map shows further snow next Friday affecting England, Scotland and Wales

A map shows further snow next Friday affecting England, Scotland and Walesالإئتمان: WXCHARTS

The storm has brought 33ft waves, plunging temperatures and blizzards to much of the UK.

In Brizlee Wood, نورثمبرلاند, windspeeds hit a massive 98mphfollowed closely by Berry Head, ديفون, where 92mph gusts were recorded.

In Orlock Head, County Down, winds of 87mph were noted. في أثناء, speeds hit 81mph in Aberporth, Dyfed, and 79mph in The Needles on the Isle of Wight.

The mercury plunged to -5C in Scotland as the bone-shaking chill took over this morningwith -3C temps recorded in parts of the midlands.

أكثر من 100,000 homes have been left without power across the UK.

Scotland has 75,000 homes without power, while England has 55,000 and Wales has 11,000.

في أثناء, I’m A Celeb’s contestants were evacuated last night as the show was forced off air for the first time after Storm Arwen sent a 100ft tree crashing into a wall of Gwrych Castle.

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They had initially hunkered down inside when ITV bosses were forced to clear crew from the site after howling 80mph winds wreaked havoc.

But the stars were dramatically whisked out of camp last night amid safety fears at the castle.

I’m A Celeb officials last night confirmed the move “while we get the production base back up”.

Sources said the celebs will return to pre-show quarantine measures to make sure they remain Covid-secure.

One added: “This move has been taken to speed up the show’s possible return to the screen. Once the site is all safe and ready to film, they’ll return.”

Gales at the site whipped up potentially deadly flying debris, uprooted trees and ripped through a 200ft production tent — sending the structure crashing into the medical unit.

One shocking image shows a police van crushed under a tree in Aberdeenshire

One shocking image shows a police van crushed under a tree in Aberdeenshire
Traffic stranded on the A635 near Saddleworth in Oldham

Traffic stranded on the A635 near Saddleworth in Oldham
The Tan Hill Inn in Yorkshire - Britain's highest pub - has been buried in enormous snowdrifts

The Tan Hill Inn in YorkshireBritain’s highest pubhas been buried in enormous snowdrifts
Cars were seen battling through the snow in Sheffield

Cars were seen battling through the snow in Sheffieldالإئتمان: LNP
A man has been killed during Storm Arwen in Northern Ireland after a tree struck his car

A man has been killed during Storm Arwen in Northern Ireland after a tree struck his carالإئتمان: MCAULEY_MULTIMEDIA
A woman crosses a snow covered road during a heavy snow shower in Saltburn By The Sea

A woman crosses a snow covered road during a heavy snow shower in Saltburn By The Seaالإئتمان: جيتي
Snow falling yesterday in Northern Ireland, where a driver was killed by a falling tree

Snow falling yesterday in Northern Ireland, where a driver was killed by a falling treeالإئتمان: MARGARET MCLAUGHLIN PICTURES / MCLAUGHLINPRESS.COM 07711932889 NO UNAUTHORISED USE
One man used skis as he walked through the snow in Scotland

One man used skis as he walked through the snow in Scotlandالإئتمان: لكن ما ينسى كثير من الناس هو أنهم ثقيل الوزن ويمكن أن يحزموا لكمة حقيقية إذا ضربوا أي شيء

UK weather forecastMet Office issues ‘danger to life’ warning for Storm Arwen as London could see 3in of SNOW

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