From Thursday snowfall could be set to sweep across the UK as the temperature is set to plummet as the Indian summer has now ended.
The UK will see a “polar pulse” hit the entire of the UK with temperatures to fall close to freezing, particularly in Scotland, Northern England and London will be hit with temperatures as low as 4C.
Some parts of the UK has thus far experienced temperatures as high as 17C during November with heavy rainfall.
BBC weather forecaster Louise Lear said, “I just want to point out to you what happens as we go into Monday. It gets quite interesting. We have more wet weather coming in on Monday.
“It looks like another unsettled day with scattered showers.
“Once that moves out of the way, temperatures will start to fall away, and into next weekend we draw in a northernly wind. It will feel noticeably cooler and I could be talking about snow showers next week.”
WxCharts forecast for the next fortnight says, “Although it will often be quite mild, the low-pressure track will occasionally dip southwards over central Europe towards the Alps and Italy.
“This will pull in winds from the north or northwest into the UK, leading to colder snaps, with night frosts and squally wintry showers.
“The greatest likelihood of snowfall will be over the hills in the north and west, especially in Scotland.
“A couple of these short cold snaps might be expected to occur during the course of this two-week period.”
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