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UK Weather – Exact dates of snowfall revealed by forecasters as UK hit by Arctic frost

FORECAST has revealed the exact date of snowfall when England was hit by an icy spell.

On the last weekend of January, millions of people will see snow in the middle of an explosion in the frozen arctic, it is believed.

Frosty Early Morning - Lake Llangorse in Brecon Beacons National Park on Friday

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Frosty Early Morning – Lake Llangorse in Brecon Beacons National Park on FridayCredit: WNS
Forecasters say it will only get colder

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Forecasters say it will only get colderCredit: Rick Findler / Story Picture Agency
Snow may fall in the last week of January

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Snow may fall in the last week of JanuaryCredit: LNP

The Arctic explosion will push snow south from Plateau – with some forecasters warning the coldest days of winter won’t arrive for another week and a half.

Meteorologist Jim Dale told The Express: “Winter is not over yet.”

“As we go into the end of the month – the coldest time on average of the year – what we see is high pressure pulling further south and west, allowing a northeasterly air flow,” he said. influx”.

“That could start to bring in some snow events towards the end of the month – ie the last week of January.”

WX Charts predicts snow to fall in Scotland on Friday, January 28 before moving south, touching Newcastle at 6pm.

The next day, winter showers will sweep through East Anglia early in the morning.

The country’s marshlands between Aberdeen and Hampshire – including the capital – are expected to see some snow on Sunday, January 30.

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.

“Overall, temperatures can 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.”

Coral makes the odds this January, at 4-5, the UK’s coldest since the records began.

Coral goes even shorter than the odds for snowfall in London in January, valuing it at just 1-2.

Coral’s said: “January is proving to be horribly cold as we move into the second half of the month and temperatures will drop too low. Harry Aitkenhead.

Aitkenhead added: “We haven’t had the white Christmas that Londoners dream of but we think it’s finally snowing and the odds are really short for whites to fall this month.

Today's view of Tower Bridge in central London, completely covered in morning mist

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Today’s view of Tower Bridge in central London, completely covered in morning mistCredit: LNP
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Huynh Nguyen

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