BRITAIN is facing a colossal weather bomb that in a matter of days will bring brutal snow storms to the entire UK along with sub-zero chills which could paralyse the nation.
The latest weather maps from Netweather TV show Britain faces snow storms and biting temperatures on December 5 and 6. On December 5, large sections of Wales and the Midlands are covered by red on the charts, forecasting a high snow risk of 75 percent or more.
Meanwhile, in the south parts of Devon and Cornwall as well as Hampshire, Buckinghamshire and Surrey face a snow risk of up to 75 percent. London and the south west coast will also suffer the effects of the freezing temperatures, according to weather maps from WXCharts for the same period. Wind speed will peak at 30mph, according to WXCharts, and snow depth will be up to 25cm in Inverness and Cardiff on December 6.
Elsewhere in Manchester, Newcastle and Liverpool snow depth will be between 5-10cm. Another shocking weather charts show a huge, angry, red and orange snow front barrelling towards the UK from the Arctic, on December 6.