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Heatwave ends TODAY as Met Office warns of freezing temperatures and SNOW set to hit this week

The coming week seems to be getting colder

BRITS hit beaches on Saturday as mercury hit 20C, bringing plenty of blue skies and sunshine across most of the UK. The dry and calm weather should continue through Sunday for most.

In a massive turn in the weather, forecasters have warned the coming week will turn colder, with temperatures reaching -3C in remote rural areas of Scotland.

By Tuesday, the Met Office says a cold mass of air will advance into northern Britain before slowly descending southwards. Winter showers are also expected for most of the country, most commonly in the north and east.

His chief meteorologist Paul Gundersen says: “Although Britain has had much fine and calm March weather in recent days, a change is afoot from the middle of next week as colder air spreads from the north and south, increasing the chance of rain for most areas.”

He added: “With the impact of some volatile weather patterns, we will see a significant drop in temperature for most as colder air moves in from the north.

“This will cause maximum temperatures to drop into the single digits for many areas and drop below freezing overnight.”

Jim Dale, meteorologist for the UK Weather Service, adds that we will all feel the brunt of the colder air and “will be back in coats and jumpers”.

Looking ahead to April, Brits can expect even more unsettled weather, including thunderstorms and hail towards the middle of the month.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/18061438/uk-weather-forecast-snow-met-office-heatwave/ Heatwave ends TODAY as Met Office warns of freezing temperatures and SNOW set to hit this week

Bobby Allyn

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