-2°C Arctic Blast to batter Brits: Met Office forecasts exact date


The Met Office has forecasted a -2°C Arctic Blast for the United Kingdom.

The Met Office has predicted snow in the UK this month as a -2°C Arctic Blast hits the country on Wednesday next week, creating ideal conditions for it.

The Met Office has predicted when snow will fall in the United Kingdom this month.

According to weather forecasts, an Arctic Blast is expected to hit the United Kingdom next week, bringing ice-cold temperatures.

According to the Express, below freezing temperatures will set the stage for a flurry of snow to blanket parts of the country just a few days later.

According to forecasts, the temperature will drop to -2 degrees starting Wednesday and will continue to drop throughout the week, potentially resulting in snow showers across the country.

WXCharts has depicted the likelihood of snowfall in each region of the United Kingdom, with the Scottish Highlands, unsurprisingly, topping the odds.

Snow is expected in the Highlands on January 24, with a 50% to 60% chance of falling in the south of England.

Snow probability levels outside of the Highlands range from 35 to 40%.

In certain areas around Birmingham and in parts of East Anglia, it reaches 20% in the Midlands and southern England.

This week, Britain has been embraced by a cold front, with temperatures in the single digits and the possibility of snow on the horizon.

Along with the cold temperatures, the country has seen a lot of sunshine, as well as some dense fog and frost in the mornings.

Another cold front is expected to sweep across the country next week, bringing colder air in from the north.

After the weekend, temperatures will plummet as the weather takes a wintry turn.

However, no snow should be expected on this side of the border.

Despite temperatures as low as -5°C in central England and Wales, no snow is expected to fall this weekend.

There will be widespread frost in the south, and some light rain may fall in the far north of Scotland, but it will be too warm to fall as snow.

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Overnight and into Saturday, the rest of the country will see dry, clear skies.

Temperatures will remain cold, but the weather will be cloudy with sunny and bright spells throughout the weekend.

On the other hand, there may be some strong winds on Sunday.

The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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