Sunday, 1 April 2012

UK Weather Update

Big change on the way and snow is back in the forecast

You can't imagine after last weeks warmth, that some places could see snowfall this week but in some places this might well happen as winter returns Tuesday.

A cold, fine and frosty start to the day, however the far north of Scotland will see some outbreaks of rain with scattered showers expected across western Scotland and Northern Ireland. Everywhere else will be mainly sunny with maximum temperatures today of 10 to 13 Celsius.

Cold with snow expected across northern parts of Scotland today. Showers are expected across southern Scotland and even into parts of England, Wales and Northern Ireland at times. The south coast may escape with a dry day. Rain and snow will arrive in southern Scotland into northern England during the evening and night with rain into North Wales. Top temperatures of 9 to 14 Celsius.

Tuesday to Thursday

Colder Tuesday as rain, sleet and snow spreads south, accompanied by brisk winds. Hard
widespread frost Tuesday night. Cold and windy again Wednesday with wintry showers. Cloudy Thursday with some light rain in the west. For Tuesday, High temperatures in a range of 3 to 13 Celsius but a big drop of temperatures later in the day in the south. Wednesday and Thursday, 5-9c.
So a big drop in temperature this week and for some places, a 13-15c drop in temperature from last week and turning more unsettled with some rain for the drought hit areas. How long will the unsettled weather last? I'll keep you updated in the coming days.


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