Gavin D
20 November 2019 17:50:20

Monday 25 Nov - Wednesday 4 Dec

Sunny spells and scattered, blustery showers on Monday with rain in the far north. Remaining unsettled through the rest of next week as weather systems move east or northeast across the UK, bringing bands of rain, interspersed by brighter, showery interludes. The bulk of the rain, possibly heavy at times, seems likely across western and southern areas and it will often be windy, with gales in places. Snow is likely on northern hills at times, more especially later in the period. It should be generally milder than of late, though still feeling cold at times in bouts of strong winds or rain. Confidence becomes relatively low by early December but there is a chance of it turning colder again with frost/fog in the North and unsettled weather persisting further south.

Thursday 5 Dec - Thursday 19 Dec

Unsettled weather is expected for much of the period with weather systems bringing bouts of rain and strong winds across the UK from the southwest, interspersed by brighter, showery interludes. The bulk of the rain seems more likely in western parts of the UK with longer drier spells likely across the east. Snow is likely at times in the north, mainly over high ground. Some quieter, drier, colder spells are also likely, giving night frosts and some fog. These may occur more frequently in the north in the early part of this period but confidence for this aspect is very low. However temperatures for the most part are expected to be near or slightly above average, for the time of year.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

Gavin D
21 November 2019 09:19:58

UK snow warning: Britain to be ENGULFED in brutal Arctic snow storms – new maps issued

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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.

 

https://www.express.co.uk/news/weather/1207079/UK-snow-warning-met-office-latest-snow-storms-map

Rob K
21 November 2019 10:44:37

Originally Posted by: Gavin D 

UK snow warning: Britain to be ENGULFED in brutal Arctic snow storms – new maps issued

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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.

 

https://www.express.co.uk/news/weather/1207079/UK-snow-warning-met-office-latest-snow-storms-map

 

I give up. I really give up 


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"But who wants to be foretold the weather? It is bad enough when it comes, without our having the misery of knowing about it beforehand." — Jerome K. Jerome

Saint Snow
21 November 2019 11:13:48

Originally Posted by: Rob K 

 

 

I give up. I really give up 

 

 

They're just trolling us now  


Martin

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idj20
21 November 2019 11:18:28

Originally Posted by: Saint Snow 

 

 

 

They're just trolling us now  



More to the point, why would anyone even think of showing such articles on this web site? Sure, the regular medium term outlooks by the Met Office and BBCs are handy and hope they will continue to be shown in here as it saves me flitting elsewhere for those, but them Daily Express articles are a bloody waste of anyone's time and effort. 


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Gavin D
21 November 2019 16:30:44

Tuesday 26 Nov - Thursday 5 Dec

Colder to start Tuesday with rain spreading from the west, although many staying dry. Remaining unsettled through the rest of next week as weather systems move east or northeast across the UK, bringing bands of rain, interspersed by brighter, showery interludes. The bulk of the rain, possibly heavy at times, seems likely across western and southern areas and it will often be windy, with gales in places. Snow is likely on northern hills at times, more especially later in the period. It should be generally milder than of late, though still feeling cold at times in bouts of strong winds or rain. Confidence becomes relatively low by early December but there is a chance of it turning colder again with frost/fog in the North and unsettled weather persisting further south.

Friday 6 Dec - Friday 20 Dec

Unsettled weather is expected for much of the period with weather systems bringing bouts of rain and strong winds across the UK from the southwest, interspersed by brighter, showery interludes. The bulk of the rain seems more likely in western parts of the UK with longer drier spells likely across the east. Snow is likely at times in the north, mainly over high ground. Some quieter, drier, colder spells are also likely, giving night frosts and some fog. These may occur more frequently in the north in the early part of this period but confidence for this aspect is very low. However temperatures for the most part are expected to be near or slightly above average, for the time of year.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

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