UK climate map reveals 95% likelihood of snow tonight as ‘hazards’ warning issued
A “main snow occasion” is anticipated to hit the UK and “cause problems”, significantly in northern areas.
The Met Office highlighted right this moment’s (Monday, February 12) honest situations however warned that tonight at round midnight may see the start off a “wintry turn”.
And Exacta Weather stated that “rain will turn to snow,” significantly within the west of Scotland and quickly to some components of Cumbria, the Lake District and northern England extra typically.
WX Charts positioned the probability of snow tonight / early tomorrow at round 95%.
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Exacta Weather forecaster James Madden stated on Facebook: “Tomorrow’s unsettled climate will see rain turning to snow in locations throughout the cooler situations within the morning and night and even quickly to some decrease elevations.
“Initially, some certain parts of Ireland will see some wintry showers of sleet developing in places throughout this evening, particularly, in parts of Northern Ireland where it may also fall as snow for a while.”
Madden then highlighted particular areas that might see a lot of the motion.
He stated: “These areas of unsettled weather will then also see rain turning to snow across parts to the west of Scotland and temporarily to some parts of Cumbria/Lake District and northern England during the early hours of Monday morning and could present some temporary hazards for anyone travelling early in and around these regions.”
Madden earmarked a “major snow event” from the early hours of tomorrow (Tuesday, February 13).
“However, during tomorrow evening and the early hours of Tuesday is now likely to bring another major snow event to Scotland, particularly, in parts to the west of Scotland,” he stated.
“Some of these snow showers will then spread temporarily to parts of Cumbria and northern England during this period and could bring some temporary hazards to anyone travelling late in and around these regions.”
He described the snow as “temporary and non-significant”.
Madden added: “Again, these are only likely to be temporary and non-significant snow showers in these parts away from the snow expected in Scotland and will turn back to rain afterwards.
“However, they may current some momentary issues over a small period of time, and climate warnings are prone to comply with for the larger snow occasion in components of Scotland tomorrow night.”
There are also flood warnings in place for England, Scotland and Wales.
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