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Birmingham set to feel as cold as -4C tomorrow as deep freeze weather blast hits

Tamworth Herald Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Birmingham set to feel as cold as -4C tomorrow as deep freeze weather blast hitsThe warnings from forecasters come amid fears a deep freeze is set to hit Britain, potentially sparking a new Beast from the East.
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