Weather forecaster pinpoints date ‘Beast from the East’ snow will hit subsequent week
Snow has been falling throughout central and northern elements of the UK this week, with some flurries anticipated to proceed into Monday (February 12). Thereafter the wintry situations will relax, however it will not be lengthy earlier than they return.
Exacta Weather forecaster James Madden shared an replace as we speak (Friday, February 9) warning of “cold and snow” coming in on winds that can “veer in from the east”. This ought to begin to impression our climate on the finish of subsequent week, bringing “widespread snow”.
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Madden mentioned: “From later next week and for in and around next weekend (Feb 17/18) will see the colder conditions returning as cold easterly winds veer in across our shores.
“Initially, the general setup will carry a chilly and predominantly dry theme for a lot of to start with, however as we progress into the week beginning February 19, we’ll start to see the danger of widespread snow and frequent wintry showers rising considerably and filtering in throughout giant elements of the nation on the tail of those very chilly winds from the east.”
Madden mentioned temperatures may drop to -10C, and even decrease, within the coldest elements of England. He added: “Frequent widespread and harsh frosts will be commonplace from around next weekend onwards.”
Moreover, the forecaster mentioned we may see these situations lengthen into March. He mentioned: “Looking further ahead to March and we are now likely to see a continuation of the cold weather conditions and additional widespread snow events at times as these winds from the east and north continue to make an appearance within this period.”
The Met Office has warned of an elevated “chance of cold conditions and fog, with some wintry showers” in the direction of the tip of this month and heading into March.
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