UK Snow Forecast LIVE: Snow on exact date and Arctic blast could hit as whole country feared at high risk

cold snap next week

A cold snap could see the return of snow as soon as next week.

“Winter showers” will accompany freezing temperatures and freezing fog beginning Tuesday, with the possibility of a sprinkling of white matter.

Charts for January 24 show a 50 to 60 per cent chance of snow in the Scottish Highlands, with a 25 per cent chance in the north of England.

The mercury will also drop significantly, to zero in the south-east, -1C in the Midlands and -2C in parts of Wales.

The Met Office’s long-range forecast for the end of the month through February states: “This period is likely to see a gradual transition to more unstable conditions.

« The strongest precipitations are likely to occur in the north-east, particularly later in the period, as long as the conditions are plus they know that the moyenne are most likely to occur in the south, particularly in the debut of the term.

“Episodes of strong winds are likely to occur, mainly in the north.

“Temperatures are expected to be slightly above average overall. However, cooler interludes are still expected, bringing the possibility of occasional snowfall, most likely over the northern foothills.

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