UK weather forecast: Experts predict when Britain will see snow as ‘little ice age’ ahead

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Weather experts have predicted when the UK can expect to see snow as temperatures are expected to plunge to around -11C next week.

WXCharts show the mercury could drop as low as -7C to -11C during the week of November 23 with the coldest conditions in the far north of Scotland.

However cities as far south as Brighton have been predicted to see sub zero temperatures by November 27 according to the weather maps.

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From November 24, places such as the Grampians and the Highlands can expect to see snow – before moving down the country over the coming days, the Mirror reports.

By the end of the month it is likely to cover parts of northern England and North Wales.



Marshall Roper-Lowe on his sledge near Princetown
Marshall Roper-Lowe on his sledge near Princetown

There has not yet been any strong indication about chances of snow in the South West.

Oliver Claydon, Met Office, told the Express : “Long-lead models are showing there is a chance for things to turn a bit colder in the middle of next week.

“Uncertainty is hinged around an area of high pressure, if it’s further to the west then it could pull a chance of snow from the north.”

James Madden, forecaster for Exact Weather, told the Express : “The cold is likely to win out before the end of November bringing an early taste of winter and the risk of snow.

“Waning solar activity means chances are high for a ‘little ice age’ winter this year with notable periods of cold and snow.

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“We have high confidence for the most cold and wintry conditions since December 2010 developing towards the end of the year.

“That could bring extreme cold temperatures and spells of widespread snow.”

Met Office five-day weather forecast

Tuesday

Mostly cloudy start across England and Wales with possible drizzle, and patchy thick fog in the east and south. Sunnier breaks further north and west, before Scotland and Northern Ireland see rain followed by blustery, heavy showers. Windy and colder.

Tuesday night

Weakening rain band crossing southern UK followed by clearer conditions. Further north, blustery showers, some heavy, especially for northern and western Scotland, wintry on higher hills. Windy and chilly here.

Wednesday

Showers in northern and western areas will slowly ease, although replaced by evening rain in northwest UK. Further south, a mainly dry day with sunny spells. Somewhat cooler and breezier.

Thursday to Saturday

Most regions dry and very mild with variable, often large amounts of cloud. Rain across the far northwest sinking further south on Saturday and turning colder from the north.

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