Dad’s get ready to guard that thermostat snow is reported to be on its way to the UK. Yes, the risk of snow in the North is coming in the next few days. Yorkshire could be in for a big freeze next week in November, with predictions saying it’s not far off.
The snow is likely to hit Scotland and the North of England and along the Eastern side of the UK, according to Netweather charts. The heaviest snowfall, with a predicted 6ins (16cm) of snow at least in Scotlands Portree, Fort William and Inverness on the 26th November.
It’s predicted in the same week that temperatures will plummet to somewhere between -7C and -11C approximately – meaning that the thermostat may have to be touched.
According to the Mirror, the Met Office has stated: “Remaining changeable and autumnal particularly to the north through the start of this period as low-pressure systems dominate, sometimes accompanied by rain and strong winds.
“Elsewhere while rain is possible at times, drier and brighter conditions are more likely in the south and southeast regions, although some rain will likely reach even here at times.”
“A rather cold start to the period will likely be followed by a brief recovery in temperatures, before a further likely trend down later on in the month.
Later on in the month there will also be an increasing chance of some wintry conditions, mainly over the higher ground in the north, but with a slight risk to lower levels.”
The Met Office has said freezing temperatures are on the way, alongside the possibility of snowfall. Bookies slashed the odds on this being the coldest November ever, from 3-1 to just 50-4.
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