Snow in southern and central areas

[Updated 09:10 24/01/2021]

Looking north over Loch Morlich, Glenmore. Posted by slowoldgit

The wintry weather continues today. Outbreaks of sleet and snow push across southern and central counties giving accumulations of several cms in places. Tomorrow it remains cold but things begin to change on Tuesday as a weather front pushes in from the Atlantic. It brings outbreaks of rain and in central and northern regions they are expected to be preceded by sleet or snow.


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Sunday starts with wintry showers in the north west and a band of rain, sleet and snow stretching from northern Wales down to the south coast of England. Elsewhere it is mostly dry and frosty. Through the day the area of rain, sleet and snow pushes eastwards. Accumulations of several cms are likely in some low level locations with 10cm possible over the hills. To the south of London rain rather than snow becomes increasingly likely. This afternoon outbreaks of sleet and snow continue in the Midlands with slightly less cold and showery conditions developing to their south. Areas to the north have sunny spells but there will be further wintry showers in the west.

Very cold. Maximum temperatures range from 2C (36F) in much of the UK to 7C (45F) in the south west. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1
Meteo France Arpege, rain and snow, 15:00 GMT Sun 24th January

Tonight wintry showers continue in Scotland. The sleet and snow in the Midlands eases and clears southwards. Very cold and a sharp or severe frost quickly sets in where clear periods develop.


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Tomorrow will be dry and bright in much of the country but scattered wintry showers continue in the north. It remains cold with frost early and late.

Arpege chart 2
Meteo France Arpege, rain and snow, 15:00 GMT Mon 25th January

Change on the way

During Tuesday a band of rain spread eastwards. On its edge a period of sleet or snow is likely in central and northern Britain. Significant accumulations are possible. Milder conditions return to the south and west.

Through Wednesday another area of rain spreads northeastwards and some heavy outbreaks are possible. There may be a renewed risk of flooding. Temperatures will be higher than recently generally and the south west has a very mild day. 

Thursday and Friday are looking mild in southern and central regions with an ongoing risk of rain. In the north it may stay colder.

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GFS, surface pressure and precipitation, 15:00 GMT Thu 28th January

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