Meteorologist Dave predicts the EXACT day that Britain will receive snow this autumn.
DAVE As the BBC forecasted, temperatures in the UK will surge to “far above normal” for this point in Autumn this week, the weatherman predicted the exact date Britons will receive their first glimpse of snow this year.
Dave, the weatherman on This Morning, has forecast that snow would fall in the north of Lincolnshire in October, with the first sightings likely around October 29. This autumn, he predicted, will be “cool and frosty.” The warning came after BBC meteorologist Matt Taylor projected that the UK would experience a mini-heatwave this week.
“That is the actual Indian Summer around the 18th of October,” Dave told This Morning.
“However, and this is a big but,
“There will most likely be snow on the 29 north of Lincolnshire.
“You know how good I am on snow moons.”
“And there’s a snow moon on October 29th, followed by two more snow moons in the first three weeks of November,” he continued.
“As a result, it’ll be terribly cold and quite frosty.
“This is bad news for consumers who use gas and electricity because their bills are skyrocketing.”
“Don’t say that,” said Holly Willoughby, host of This Morning.
“So you’re basically saying, I mean, November isn’t looking too promising.”
“So you’re predicting that this winter will be lengthy, unpleasant, cold, and wet?”
“Yes, yes,” Dave replied.
Much of England is expected to be dry and sunny this morning, according to the BBC’s Matt Taylor.
“Today over the north of the country, across parts of Scotland, we have some quite wet and gusty weather moving in at the moment,” Mr Taylor told BBC Breakfast.
“However, it’s a dry and sunny day for much of eastern England.
“There’s a little more cloud to the west.
“To the southeast of Scotland, to the southeast of Northern Ireland, there are still some brighter conditions.”