BBC Weather pinpoints precisely the place in UK will see snow subsequent week
BBC climate predicts snow will fall in Scottish Highlands by the center of subsequent week.
It comes because the Met Office has imposed yellow warnings for snow and ice immediately for a lot of components north of Birmingham.
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The weekend is anticipated to be unsettled however delicate with showers and a few lengthier spells of rain.
Monday might be chillier with a combination of sunshine and wintry showers within the north and Tuesday may see a mass of rain transferring throughout the southern half of the UK with scattered showers persevering with farther north.
Bands of rain or showers transferring throughout all the UK are anticipated by midweek, however it would change into milder once more in most areas with winds largely from the south-west.
But whereas temperatures might be above regular in most locations, some colder air lingering in northern Scotland is forecast, with some extra snow anticipated within the Highlands.
Wintry showers are anticipated by Friday, the BBC predicts.
It comes after massive components of the north of England was hit by a whiteout with as much as eight inches of snow turning cities into wintry wonderlands.
Schools had been shut and residents labored from residence in Buxton, Derbs., because it was blanketed in a picture-perfect carpet of the white stuff.
As temperatures dropped, Altnaharra, within the Scottish Highlands, reported an in a single day low of -18.8C.
Those additional south escaped the snowfall and the mercury in Plymouth was as excessive as 11.9C.
But heavy rain induced mayhem on flooded roads within the south and a walker carried two pups to security after floodwaters swamped Shepton Mallet, Somerset.
It was the same image in Godalming, Surrey, the place motorists ploughed by means of deep puddles on the roads.
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