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UK weather forecast – SNOW and plunging temperatures to strike Britain as warm Christmas sparks fears of ‘Beast from the East 2’



British meteorologists predict that snow and precipitating temperatures will hit Britain, while the hot Christmas sparked the fears of a "Beast from the East 2.

Arctic air zero is destined to push this weekend bringing fierce storms and heavy rain – as the Met Office warns of the first "widespread snow" of the winter.

   The British meteorologists forecast rainfall for Thursday, January 17

MET OFFICE [19659005] British meteorologists predict rainfall for Thursday 17 January [19659006] Every part of the United Kingdom will see strong winds in the next two days while a volatile system of the Atlantic low pressure cuts through the country.

The worst of the winds will lash exposed parts of the north – while 40-mile wind gusts elsewhere are widely expected on Saturday and Sunday.

Sara Ken's anticipation of meeting t Kent said: "The weekend will be a contrast to this week as it will become windy across the UK.

"We could see gusts of 50 miles all the way through the Shetlands and the exposed parts of the north, although across England and Wales the winds will reach 35 miles at the time with gusts from 40 to 45 miles possible in the exposed regions.

   The Met Office map shows how temperatures will fall in the UK Thursday, 17 January

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The Met Office map shows how the temperatures will fall in the UK Thursday 17 January
   UK meteorological experts say that the temperatures will fall in Scotland and northern England Thursday 17 January

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The British experts of the time say that the temperatures will fall in Scotland and the north of England Thursday, January 17
   The map of Met Office shows temperatures that fall below zero Thursday, January 17

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The Met Office the map shows the temperatures that arrive below zero Thursday, January 17

"The very unstable weather will continue throughout the weekend, this is something we are keeping our eyes on." [19659002] But the high pressure Southwest of the UK will bring milder air into Britain to push double-digit temperatures this weekend, he added.

But temperatures will collapse overnight, as the first snowfall this year hits the northern parts of Scotland, according to the Met Office.

Meteorologist Alex Deakin said, "The winds will remain pretty bright from Saturday night to Sunday, but it will be a fairly mild night.

   This weather map of the United Kingdom suggests 5 cm of snow could fall in Scotland and Wales Friday 18 January
This weather map of the United Kingdom suggests that 5 cm of snow could fall in Scotland and Wales Friday, January 18
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   During the winter 2018 snow covers a car in a snow drift in Thwaite, in North Yorkshire
Snow covers a car in a Thwaite, Nor th Yorkshire in the winter 2018

"A band of clouds and rains that push south is a meteorological front.

"It's a cold front and it's banging against a high-pressure zone, which means the front will be flaming out in terms of rain but it will introduce colder air on Sundays, particularly through the extreme north-east .

"Rain and rain on northern England, perhaps in the Midlands on Sunday mornings

" South of this, some brighter and certainly more northerly periods will light up a little in the afternoon. [19659002] "But a whole series of showers in the north of Scotland, and will turn into sleet and snow on the hills.

" The temperatures will be interesting on Sunday because the maximum will be two digits for the most part – 10C or 11C.

"By the afternoon, temperatures will drop down into individual figures and perhaps only 2C or 3C in Shetland.

" There will be a strong wind and this will feel cold and quite cold for showers

   Meteorologists Britain predicts that snow will cover the whole of Northern Ireland, Scotland and part of Northern England on 21 January
British meteorologists predict that snow will cover the whole of Northern Ireland, Scotland and parts of Northern England on 21 January
   Snow will reach East Anglia and Greater London on Tuesday 22 January, according to UK forecasts
Snow will hit East Anglia and Greater London on Tuesday January 22, according to the forecasts of the United Kingdom

leads to Monday morning where there will be a frost in the places – a cold start for the new working week.

"Then it gets a little mild for a while, but later next week it could turn cold again and it could stay

Although it will come back a lot colder next week – with increasing signals for a stricter period of winter time later in the month, he added.

Ms. Kent added: "It looks like the last week of January will bring a significant drop in temperatures, perhaps becoming locally very cold.

"With the arrival of Atlantic front systems and the impact of this cold air we will have a greater risk of snowfall."

The impending cold will be driven by an air warming on the North Pole that drags the colder winds from the east – a so-called Sudden Stratospheric Warming (SSW).

SSW has been the driver for Last year Beast from the East that brought the country to a chill at the end of the winter.

Miss Kent said: "SSW has happened and gives us a greater chance of climate more cold in the UK. "

Britain could see the first snow spread in winter by next weekend, when the mild climate gave way

John Hammond, meteorologist for Weathertrending, said:" By the end of the weekend, I predict that snow will fall into the places – ini zially through the northern hills.

"But there is a significant risk of widespread snowfall as the next Atlantic system" hurls "in the cold air, resident throughout the United Kingdom."


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