Snow to return to parts of Britain today and another cold snap on the way, Met Office warns
SNOW is set to return to parts of the UK today and Brits are being warned to brace for another cold snap.
The Met Office says that “patchy snow” and “unsettled” weather is on the way starting this evening and continuing into next week.The Met Office has warned that more snow is on the way for parts for the UK[/caption]
Snow is expected for parts of northern Scotland this evening.
Patches of snow are expected across the higher hills of Scotland as the weather takes a colder turn later today.
Moving into Monday snow will also be experienced in other parts of the north, especially on the western hills.
Unsettled conditions are expected to continue in the UK over the next few weeks, and despite more settled conditions moving into April, temperatures are expected to drop.
Despite the chilly forecast for this evening, the weather this afternoon will remain drier and brighter for most of the day today.
Some rain will start reaching Northern Ireland this afternoon, and further into the evening will also make its way across parts of northwest England, Wales, and southwest England.
Rain will spread across the north, and snow is expected to start falling on the higher hills.
In the south, it will be mild, and slightly cloudy with patchy rain.
Jonathan Vautrey, from the Met Office, said: “The unsettled weather is looking like it will continue throughout the rest of the new working week, so there will be further outbreaks of rain and showers at times.
“Windy as well, certainly as we head toward Wednesday and that will take an edge off the temperature, but otherwise it will be mild certainly for the first part of the week.”
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From Thursday the outlook is mixed with “sunny spells and blustery showers”.
Some of the rain is expected to fall as snow further in the north.
Low pressure will be dominating the week which means heavy rain will be seen, especially in the west of the UK.
For those living on the coast, there is a risk of coastal gales.
Moving into the start of April the weather will continue to be unsettled at the start of the month, and there is a chance that the temperatures may be lower than the average for the time of year.Brits are being told to brace for another cold snap[/caption] Snow is expected to start falling in northern Scotland later today[/caption] The north and the western hills is also expected to see some snowfall tomorrow[/caption]