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Wind & Rain On The Way

It certainly doesn’t feel much like February at the moment, does it? In actual fact, today (February 20th) has been the hottest day of the year thus far and the hottest day of winter so far as well… all thanks to a sweep of warm air coming in from the Caribbean.

While this might make your members of staff want to pull on their workwear tee shirts instead of their jackets, you’d be wise perhaps to advise them not to put their winter workwear away just yet… the weather’s about to take a turn for the worse!

Met Office representative Nicola Maxey explained that from the 21st, temperatures will start to drop (and become a lot more typical for this time of year) and we can expect to see wind, rain and even some snow in some parts of the country start to push their way in, according to the Daily Telegraph.

“On Monday, parts of Scotland will see some early rain pushing in that will sink southwards through the day and behind that rain the system will introduce some colder air. When that rain makes its way south it will ease, without the cloud around it’s going to be a cold night,” she said.

All this means is that your workers will need to be prepared for all eventualities, so make sure their personal protective equipment is in good condition and that anything that needs replacing goes in the bin. And, as ever, it’s important that they were high visibility clothing no matter what the weather is doing so that they can stay safe on site, whatever job you have them doing.

Written by Ad Rank One at 20/02/2017

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