June 25, 2022


Brits are set to shiver in five days of snow as an Arctic blast freezes the nation and temperatures plunge.

Forecasters have warned the wintry weather will begin this week and some regions could see snow fall for at least five days.

The looming cold snap will see temperatures drop to minus 11 from next week as freezing conditions look likely to cause travel disruption.

Experts predict that between November 17 and 26 there will be a low risk of wintry showers, but a high chance of frost and fog in the north.

Tyler Ros from AccuWeather said: “The threat for snow between November 17-22 looks to be around normal for the time of the year, which is any accumulating snow is likely to occur in the higher elevations of northern England and Scotland.

A fog warning is currently in place


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“We do have to watch a cold snap that appears to move into eastern Europe early next week.

“If this bleeds westward towards the UK (with the core of the cold remaining in eastern Europe), then the temperatures will be near to slightly below normal during this stretch.”

WXCharts say temperatures could fall to between -7C and -11C from the week of November 23.

Meanwhile, the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning as heavy fog is likely to sweep across the UK.

The warning area affect South West England, East Midlands, North West England, West Midlands, Yorkshire and Humber and Wales overnight.

Meteorologists say the snow fall could last for days


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Thick fog could cause difficult, possibly dangerous, travel conditions, forecasters have warned.

The warning is in place until 10am on Monday.

On Monday experts predict a clear day for many with rain likely in some areas, before a risk of fog in the evening with the coldest temperatures in the north.

UK weather forecast


Central and southeastern areas starting with mix of cloud and fog, but sunny intervals developing in places. Rain clearing southeast corners of Northern Ireland and Scotland, leaving mainly fine weather. Weakening rainband moving into Wales, northern and western England. Mild.


Risk of fog in east and southeast England, the west cloudy and mild, with patchy light rain. Clearer and chilly in north, although the far northwest turning windy and damp.


Wet start in western Scotland, the rain easing as it moves into central UK. To the rear, sunny intervals and blustery showers, colder. Further south, largely dry, sunshine in places.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Changeable in the north with spells of rain or showers and often windy. Largely dry in the south with variable cloud. A chilly start on Wednesday before turning milder.

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