Cold flash next week
A moment of COLD could see snow return as early as next week.
“Showers” will be accompanied by frigid temperatures and freezing fog from Tuesday – with a chance of a scattered white.
The chart for 24 January shows a 50 to 60 per cent probability of snowfall in the Scottish Highlands, with a 25 per cent chance in northern England.
Mercury will also drop significantly, to 0 in the southeast, -1C in the Midlands, and -2C in parts of Wales.
The Met Office’s long-term range forecast for the end of month to February said: “This period is likely to see a gradual transition to more worrisome conditions.
“Heaviest rainfall is likely to occur in the northwest, especially in later periods, while drier-than-average conditions are more likely to occur in the southeast, especially earlier in the period. period.
“There is a possibility of strong winds, mainly in the north.
“Temperatures can generally be a bit above average. However, some colder spells are still forecast to bring the occasional risk of snow, most likely over the northern hills.”
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