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Met Office warns there will be a ‘resurgence’ of ‘really cold weather’ this weekend

by LLB staff reporter
11th Jan 24 7:26 am

The Met Office has warned that there will be a “resurgence” of very “cold weather” over the weekend with a chance of wintry hazards next week.

The weather is colder than average across the UK for this time of year and cold and largely dry conditions will persist through much of this week.

On Sunday a northerly airflow will develop that could increase the chances of wintry hazards for some parts of the UK.

Met Office Head of Situational Awareness Will Lang said, “There will be a resurgence in the really cold weather through the weekend and that spreads across the whole of the UK during the early part of next week.

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“Initially, this means there will be more in the way of showers around the coasts, turning increasingly to snow for many areas, especially further north.”

Next week there is the potential for snow in the middle part of the week and in some parts this could be “substantial.”

Tony Wardle is a Met Office Deputy Chief Forecaster said, “There is the potential for some disruptive snow through the middle to latter part of next week as warmer Atlantic air attempts to push in from the southwest. As this occurs, some substantial snow could fall in some places, but the details of that are uncertain at the moment.”

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