BRITAIN will be hit with snow and -10C temperatures after houses collapsed and owners begged for help in killer Storm Christoph floods.
The storm is set to bring further misery for Brits, as the Met Office warned of “colder weather” and treacherous icy conditions for the day ahead.
The storm wreaked havoc across the UK yesterday, with large swathes of the country hit by severe flooding.
And the Met Office has warned that weather will turn “more wintry” as the Storm moves eastwards, with a new yellow weather warning for snow and ice in place for Sunday.
The warning stretches across all of Wales, London, the South West and the South East, and runs from 3am to 6pm on Sunday.
According to the Met Office, the cold snap this weekend could bring up to 10cm of snow to hard-hit areas, with travel disruption expected.
Meteorologist Craig Snell said: “We're losing the rain but gaining some colder and possibly some wintry weather too.”
Mr Snell added that temperatures could plunge as low as -10C in parts of Scotland, and dip to -7C in areas of England.
He continued: “It will be feeling cold, I think that certainly that will be something that we will all be noticing it will be colder than it was to start the week.
“I think the main thing for most of us will be that we will see some frosty nights and with the ground wet from the rain we've had we may well see some icy patches."
Two severe flood warnings - meaning danger to life - were in place at midday on Friday for the River Dee at Farndon and the Lower Dee Valley from Llangollen to Trevalyn Meadows.
CHRISTOPH'S CARNAGE UK flooding – Snow and -10C plunge to hit after houses collapse and owners beg for help in killer Storm Christoph floods
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