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Wintry blasts with snow could happen in the next two weeks, forecasters predict

by LLB Reporter
18th Nov 23 3:18 pm

The Met Office has said that at the end of the month going into December to expect “wintry showers.”

Exacta Weather has said that the northern part of the country could see snow fall including other parts of the UK.

The Met Office has said to expect “frosts and showers” in the same period and that maybe there could be two “wintry blasts.”

The Met Office forecast for the end of this month to expect “wintry showers” and that “Temperatures will most-likely be around average for the period as a whole, but as is normal in December, occasional frost and showers of a wintry flavour are possible.”

Exacta Weather forecaster James Madden said “one to two” wintry blasts could happen towards the end of November and start of December.

Madden said, “The worst hit areas also look likely to be across the northern half of the country for this period and this does also include snow to lower levels in these parts too.

“However, as we get nearer the time, it is now also becoming increasingly likely that we will see some of this snow reaching some much lower levels of the country, and even parts as far south as the Midlands, Central/Southern England will be brought into the mix for snow within this period too.”

WX Charts has said that on 2 December people across the country will experience their first fall of snow, which will stretch from Scotland down the to the south coast of England.

Northern Ireland, Wales and the southwest of England will probably not see any snow in this period, but Birmingham, Manchester and Newcastle will see heavy snow fall.

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