Christmas weather forecast introduction
Welcome to our dedicated Christmas 2014 weather forecast page. The 'computer says' section provides a daily update and 'TheWeatherOutlook says' section is usually updated weekly and suggest a very different picture. Who will be right?
The seventh update makes no change to the chances of snow falling on Christmas day in the south and the north of the UK. In the short to medium term a rather unsettled pattern is expected to continue. Following on from the settled and warm September the TWO view is this autumnal pattern to date favours a relatively mild westerly flow during the Christmas period but it should be pointed out that many people would dispute or disagree with this.
In a relatively mild south westerly flow high ground in northern parts of the UK would have the best chance of seeing snow.
Recent years have brought a range of weather during the festive season to the UK, and there have been some notable cold spells. This year at the present time background signals look fairly neutral but things could change during the autumn.
Enjoy counting down the days to the big day and check regularly for updates. Also check out what 'The computer says' in its daily update below.
Probabilities of snow falling on Christmas DayNorth of Yorkshire / Lancashire: 12%South of Yorkshire / Lancashire: 10%
Forecast issuedUpdate 7, 11/10/2014
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