BRAVE boozers leave their coats at home as they hit the town in the face of Storm Arwen’s 90mph gales and blizzards.
The determined partygoers were seen bare-legged as they head out on to the town amid the sub-zero temperatures tonight.
Girls are seen with stringy heeled sandals and bare legs in Leeds town centre[/caption]
Two cower from the rain and sleet in Manchester city centre[/caption]
Determined partygoers battle Storm Arwen[/caption]
Revellers in tiny skirts shield their hair with plastic bags[/caption]
The revellers are seen cowering under just plastic bags to shield them from the icy rain and gale force winds.
Despite 4C and icy rain, it doesn’t stop the girls wearing stringy heeled sandals on the wet pavement and short bodycon dresses out to hit the clubs in Leeds city centre.
In Manchester, clubbers waited in a queue with upturned umbrellas as the wind battered them.
And others hide under their coats to protect them from the freezing temperatures.
Just an hour’s drive away, a rare red alert has been issued for Storm Arwen, which will see severe gales rip through Aberdeen down to Newcastle – lasting through to 2am tomorrow morning.
Footage has been filmed of blizzards in the North Pennines and Durham with Scots reporting many inches of snow already.
An amber weather warning stretching from the north-east coast of Scotland down to Scarborough warns of huge waves and strong winds until 9am on Saturday.
And another amber wind warning has been issued for tomorrow morning, as the south-west coast of England braces for travel disruption.
A yellow warning for snow kicks in across swathes of Scotland from 2pm today – with the Met Office claiming “blizzard conditions” and three inches of snow will bring mass travel disruption.
And from tomorrow, up to three inches of snow could fall as far south as London.
During the storm buildings will be destroyed and power lines will topple, and the Met Office have warned that Flying debris poses a “risk to life” under the red warning.
They are urging Brits to get prepared as communities all across the country could become cut off – even in the South.
Clubbers in Manchester wait in queues as the wind batters them[/caption]
A man battles the wind this his umbrella in Leeds[/caption]
Queuers cower under their coats to protect them from the icy winds[/caption]