snow could begin the fall in parts of northern England and Scotland towards the end of next week, according to forecasts.
The weather bureau said first something to see in Scottish Highlands and higher earth as temperature start to drop though weather experts downplay reports of “polar explosions”.
Met Office meteorologist Annie Shuttleworth said. current mild conditions expected last for at least five days before weather turns more restless, bearing strong winds and rains.
current forecast for temperatures up to drop below 10C in northern parts of country by Monday evening, with overnight lows of 8C in areas like Manchester and 7C in Northern Ireland by Tuesday.
But it’s going to be a mixed bag with daily highs of 14C in London and South East. This comes after the UK was hit heavy downpours during Storm Claudio on start of months after an unusually warm October.
“At medium temperatures for at that time of November, you can get rain in the form of snow on elevation of Scotland and also potentially high ground of England and Northern Ireland,” said Ms Shuttleworth.
“Finally of November, it looks like like we will see high blood pressure and a lot of dry and stagnant weather.
“It could lead to colder nights. No serious signals for snow, but we see that frost and fog are getting a little more most likely in back the end of november”.
Weather Bureau long range weather forecast from November 15 to November 24 says: “The conditions are probably remain unsettled with further outbreaks of rain and showers, especially in west, where winds can be strong in times.
“Eastern parts of UK most likely remain the driest, although it could still experience short rains.
“Moving further into November, high pressure could become more influential, bringing longer spells of dry and stagnant weather, with weak wind.
end forecast of November and first a week of December says storm conditions may affect some northern and eastern areas of UK in times.
it adds: “The likelihood of fog and frost at night increases, given clear sky, with fog is potentially slow clear Happy.
“Temperatures are expected to be close to mid-season, possibly quite cold in times after in Period.”
UK 5 days weather forecast
Cloud and flares of mostly light rain continues in some central areas. Clearer and colder in the north of Scotland with patchy fog developing in central and southern England.
Fog and low overcast are slowly rising over the south with some solar spells are developed in England and Wales. cloud and rain moving north for Scotland and Northern Ireland. Very soft.
perspective for Sunday to Tuesday:
Early fog and low clouds on Sunday rise and break for a lot of, with solar periods develop and become exceptionally mild in places. Turning the unsettled and less benign into next a week.