The Met Office broadcasts UK weather warnings for rain,snow,wind,fog and ice .
A weather warning generally refers to an alert issue , an agency to warn citizens approaching dangerous weather .
They are 3 levels of warning
- Yellow: A yellow warning means its one down from amber so it is the least severe out of the 3 Severe weather is possible and it may affect you.
- Amber: An amber warning means that is the next level down from a red warning so the situation is not quite severe but there is a potential risk to life and property
- Red : A red weather warning is the most serious kind of weather warning and its most likely to cause damages and many homes could have power cuts and its a big risk to peoples life.
REMEMBER TO STAY SAFE THROUGH THE YEAR