Fog, frost, and bitter winds are expected to hit the UK, dumping six inches of snow in an -8C blast.
Across the UK, temperatures are expected to drop to -8°C, with up to six inches of snow expected.
As November draws to a close, Britons can expect fog, frost, and brisk winds.
Snowfall has been forecast for the final week of November across Northern parts of the UK, with the heaviest snowfall falling in Leeds, Carlise, and parts of Scotland.
In the areas surrounding Manchester, Leeds, and Inverness, up to six inches (15 cm) of snow is expected.
As a cold spell sweeps across the UK, temperatures are expected to plummet to as low as -8°C.
Meanwhile, according to WXCharts, the UK can expect strong winds on November 29, with maximum gust speeds of 42 mph (67 kmph).
In the south, milder weather is expected, with temperatures in London hovering around 1°C.
The cold weather is expected to arrive quickly, with the Met Office predicting heavy snowfall in the country’s north from Monday.
By Wednesday night, the cold front should have reached the south.
“I couldn’t imagine a better weather pattern for cold weather fans,” said Met Office forecaster Marco Petagna, “with forecast models showing a northerly straight from the Arctic next week.”
By the end of next week, London may experience wintry showers and snow.
According to Jim Dale of British Weather Services, the UK has experienced “unusually” mild temperatures this week.
“Colder from Sunday, more like the seasonal norm,” he warned, referring to the upcoming cold spell.
“Colder weather is expected to continue into the month’s end, with deeper frosts – particularly in Scotland – and some wintry outbreaks.
“As December approaches, snow is accumulating on Scottish mountains.”
“As the period progresses, the weather will generally arrive in the UK from the north, bringing colder conditions and intervals of rain or showers,” according to the Met Office’s long-range weather forecast.
“Wintry showers are possible over high ground, with low levels possible at times.”
“High pressure will linger around the country’s west and southwest, allowing for more settled conditions now and then, with the chance of some sunny spells but also feeling cold, with overnight frost likely.”