Published: 14th January 2013
Temperatures as set to plummet to as low as minus five over Wednesday and Thursday, but the wind chill factor will mean that conditions could feel as cold as minus 10, meaning people will need to dig out their hats, scarves and thermal socks if they have to battle the elements.
Up to 4in (10cm) of snow is predicted to fall across Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and East Anglia in the next 24 hours, which is expected to freeze as temperatures slip into minus figures towards the middle of the week.
The Met Office has issued a serve weather action warning over the next five days across England, with social and healthcare services urged to prioritise high-risk groups, such as the elderly.
Members of the public are advised to wear lots of thin layers in order to keep warm and thick socks are recommended to be worn out and about as well as at night.
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