The Met Office is forecasting the first snow to hit the UK will be in Scotland in a matter of days as temperatures stoop to the lowest point in months for much of Britain. Aidan McGivern, the Met Office’s senior presenter, said
Britons have enjoyed warm temperatures this week and largely dry conditions. But the weather is expected to take a turn into next week, with some showers and cloudy skies on the approach. Before then, today, on April 24, it will largely be dry
Meteorologists have warned that the cold weather is set to “dig in” and will last until the weekend where areas of northern Wales are set to see up to 15cm of snow. The biting weather front has been branded a “troublemaker” by
The Met Office has said that by Wednesday some areas of Britain may see snow as low pressure comes in off the Atlantic. Forecasters suggested that the most likely areas to be hit with snow will be in the north of England
The UK should prepare itself yet again for another arctic snap that could bring snow and more destructive winds. Though the evenings are gradually getting longer, and the spring equinox arrives later this month, people in the UK are not set to
John Gresiak, a senior forecaster for Accuweather, told Express.co.uk: “Over the weekend and into next week, high pressure is forecast to settle to nearby. This will result in largely dry conditions in most areas, although some rain and snow showers can occur
According to Netweather forecaster Nick Finnis, the “cold and showery” airstream will bring with it “significant accumulations” of snow, strong wind, hail and thunder. Weather forecaster WXCharts has predicted that wind chill temperatures will be below 0C across the UK, with Scotland
Scotland, northern and central England and Wales are braced for wintry downpours on Monday and Tuesday and again ahead of the weekend. The bitter cold will hold out until the middle of the week when forecasters warn Atlantic storms will roar back.