The UK will experience freezing temperatures starting next week. They are expected to plummet to as low as 12C by the end the month. Snow is forecast to last for days.
Brits will be facing freezing temperatures beginning next week. There could also be several days of snow that could extend south to London.
According to WXCharts, the promise of colder weather is just days away. The UK can expect subzero temperatures starting Monday.
The mercury will drop sharply from that point and may reach -12C by the November end in what is known as a “Another Cold Month”. “little ice age”Because of Arctic plumes blowing South.
Met Office forecaster Marco Petagna said: “I couldn’t imagine a better weather pattern for cold weather fans, with forecast models showing a northerly straight from the Arctic next week.”
Many parts of the country will experience sub-zero temperatures next Wednesday. It will hover around 0C with lows of -7C. But it won’t be as cold south of England.
Met Office has issued warnings about heavy snowfall in the UK’s north on Monday. A cold blast is forecast to reach the south by Wednesday night.
London could experience wintry showers and snow before the end of next Week.
The Met Office forecasts temperatures below normal from Tuesday to December 2 through 2.
It said: “High pressure will often lie close to western or southwestern parts of the UK during this period.
“This will tend to bring to a colder than average north or north westerly airflow for a time. The most unsettled conditions will likely be across northern areas.”
On November 29, it will also be freezing in London. It will drop to about -4C in Newcastle, and could even get down to -12C in the Scottish Highlands.
The freezing temperatures will continue to remain high for many parts of the country, with temperatures hovering around -2C–4C for several weeks.
Although there will be rain next weekend, there could still be snow. In the south of England and Wales, there could be as much as 3cm. In Scotland, there could be as much 5cm.
James Madden, Exacta Weather’s forecaster, spoke to the Express : “Cold conditions in the coming days will pave the way for a number of widespread snow events from the last week of November into the start of December.
“During this period, it is going to turn markedly colder, and with a drop in solar activity, we are looking at a potential mini ice age winter.”
Met Office five day forecast for the UK
In the southern regions, it is dry and cloudy. Further north, a band with mostly light rain moves southwards until it reaches central parts by the evening. Rainfall falls as snow from hills, and rain follows it across the north and northwest.
The southern areas see light patchy rain. The wind is quite cold and northerly, with a lot of dry inland. Showers move inland from north-facing coasts.
For most areas, it’s cold and dry, but bright. Showers are available inland from North Sea coastlines.
Outlook Monday through Wednesday
Initial conditions were mostly dry and settled with some cloud cover. A band of rain moves southeastwards through northern areas. Then, it becomes colder and showery. Showers wintry will follow.