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Highest air pressure for more than 60 YEARS is recorded at the Mumbles in Swansea


Added 01-20-20 10:36:03am EST - “Britain is expected face temperatures of less that -7C today. Even so, Joanne Richardson, 36, and Christine Davies, 37, took a dip in a -10C (14F) lake up a Lake District mountain.” - Dailymail.co.uk

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Dailymail.co.uk: “Drivers warned to take care as roads turn to ice”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

The highest air pressure for over 60 years has been recorded in the UK as drivers faced travel chaos this morning with dozens of skidpan crashes reported across the country. 

A reading of 1050.5 hectoPascals (hPa) was recorded at the Mumbles in Swansea, Wales, on Sunday night - the highest UK reading since January 1957.

Sunday night was the coldest this winter, and weather is not set to improve much with temperatures expected to get as cold as -7C today. 

The highest air pressure for over 60 years has been recorded in the UK as drivers faced travel chaos this morning with dozens of skidpan crashes reported across the country. But, even with the freezing temperatures, hardy swimmers Joanne Richardson, 36, and Christine Davies, 37, took a dip in a -10C (14F) lake 700-metres up a Lake District mountain

Sunday night was the coldest this winter, and weather is not set to improve much with temperatures expected to get as cold as -7C today 

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