Brits have once again woken up to snow as a wall of ice is set to sweep across the UK. Snow has already settled in Aberdeen, the Scottish Borders and Newscastle, but today (Thursday, November 30), there are flurries along the south coast.
The Met Office issuing snow and ice yellow alerts for swathes of Scotland, England and Northern Ireland temperatures continue to plummet. Meanwhile, the latest weather maps show a wall of the white stuff moving from Wales to Birmingham over the weekend.
According to the latest Met Office forecast, it could get as cold as -9C in the north tonight and -7C in the south, promising another frost on Friday morning. The forecaster has also warned of more ‘wintry showers’ along the south coast tomorrow as temperatures are not expected to exceed 4C.
UK could get as low as -9C
In this morning’s forecast, the Met Office predicts temperatures as cold as -9C in the north of England on Friday, with -7C in the south.
It’s part of the 700-mile weather bomb currently sweeping Britain, which is expected to bring more snow and ice over this weekend.
More snow this weekend
Weather maps show more snow across Saturday and Sunday.
It’s set to sweep across Wales and into the Midlands before snaking down to the south west coast.
Met Office five-day forecast
The Met Office is forecasting more warnings for snow and ice set to cause travel disruption.
Another cold and frosty start. Becoming increasingly cloudy through the morning with occasional outbreaks of light rain. Showers likely into the afternoon along Kent coasts, wintry in places. Feeling cold. Maximum temperature 5 °C.
Cloud generally clearing southward through the evening, with plenty of clear and dry spells to follow. A risk of frost and fog overnight, with isolated wintry showers in Kent. Cold. Minimum temperature -3 °C.
Light winds with areas of fog and freezing fog clearing slowly through the day. Largely dry with sunny spells but feeling cold. Coastal wintry showers continuing. Maximum temperature 4 °C.
A cold weekend with some sharp frosts and a continued risk of fog. Generally drier Saturday. Perhaps breezier and cloudier Sunday. Somewhat milder with rain possible late Sunday or Monday.
Welcome to Express.co.uk’s snow tracker blog.
We’ll be bringing you all the latest on today’s weather as snow flurries are reported across the UK, the latest being along the south coast.
Have you got snow where you live? If so, send in your best pictures to [email protected]
- Support fearless journalism
- Read The Daily Express online, advert free
- Get super-fast page loading
Source: Read Full Article