After one of the warmest winter periods ever the fourth named storm of this winter "Doris" set to batter the UK with near 100 mph winds and more flooding


    Met office
    Storm Doris was officialy named on 21 February 2017 and is expected to impact the UK on 23 February 2017.
    Britain  enjoyed one its warmest winter
    days ever on February the 20th with temperatures around18C, 65F making
    it the hottest February 20th on record and left the UK with warmer weather than
    most Mediterranean countries the stormy weather is set to be back by Thursday.

    The Met
    Office reports Storm Doris has officially been named and is expected to bring
    strong winds, rain and some snow to the UK on Thursday.

    A deep low
    pressure system developing in the Atlantic is expected to track across Northern
    Ireland, northern England and Scotland on Thursday; it will bring strong winds
    of up to 80 mph, heavy rain and some snow at higher levels.

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