Moment shoppers stockpiling food given tea by supermarket staff – Daily Mail


Britain is facing a serious flooding threat as Storm Emma batters the coast after sub-zero weather, icy blasts and ‘blizzard-like’ conditions left drivers stranded for more than 13 hours and airport passengers stuck overnight. The Met Office has put England under an unprecedented red warning for snow, amid concerns that up to 1ft 8in could fall in the South West. At Glasgow Airport, British Red Cross workers provided blankets for stranded people. On the first day of meteorological spring today, the Met Office said ‘winter is still firmly in charge across the UK’. Pictured: A car turns near Denshaw, Greater Manchester (top left), storm clouds are seen over Dublin (bottom left), people walk through Balloch, West Dunbartonshire (centre and bottom right), a couple walk in Leek, Staffordshire, after abandoning their car (top right), and the red and amber warnings (inset).

Original Article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5448635/Hundreds-drivers-spend-13-HOURS-trapped-overnight.html
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Date: July 24, 2020

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