UK weather: The exact date Britain will see snow with three full days days scheduled

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Temperatures have dropped and many are wondering whether the cold will eventually lead to snow.

And those dreaming of a snowy winter might have their dreams come true.

With most having their heating on full blast as it stands, hot water bottles may need to be at the ready in a weeks time.

Snow is set to hit the UK in a matter of days as and Brits are set to enjoy as much as 2.3cm.

Flakes should land on our doorsteps on November 14 and should stay for at least 72 hours with Inverness getting the first snowfall forecast.

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Battersea Park in the snow
When will the UK see snow?

WXCharts has suggested the snow will hit the Scottish northeast coast before it moves on closer to Edinburgh.

For Londoners, snow could be seen as early as December 3.

According to AccuWeather , the capital could be covered in snow at the beginning of the Christmas month.

Their official forecast for December 3 forecast “Still cloudy, windy and cooler with a bit of rain, mixed with snow early on.”

But before we’re graced with snow and start dreaming of a white Christmas, Brits have a few gale force winds to contend with.



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Next week will see Tropical Storm Wanda hit the UK as the Met Office stated it could influence the weather.

Met Office forecaster Dan Harris told the Mirror : “Tropical Storm Wanda is not too far from the UK – and may indirectly influence the forecast early next week.”

But once the wind passes, it should hopefully lead the way to fairytale wintery weather we’re all looking forward to.

Until then, better to keep umbrellas on standby and take cover till it’s all over.

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