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Met Office announces date next snow will hit England



The Met Office says snow will hit England in the coming days - as the full list of areas has been revealed. A blast of cold weather from the Arctic is expected to bring more wintry conditions to the UK at the start of next week, meteorologists and forecasters have today said.

Cold will continue with snow "for many areas" - as London braces for sub-zero temperatures. "Snow showers" are forecast at the start of next week, especially in northern coastal areas, the Met Office has said in its latest weather forecast on Tuesday January 10.


The Met Office said on Tuesday afternoon that more cold weather was likely through much of this week, with an increasing chance of “wintry hazards” towards the start of next (Monday January 15). It added: “The UK is under the influence of high pressure, which is bringing colder than average weather for the time of year, and a marked reduction in rainfall amounts following a wet start to January."


“These cold and largely dry conditions will persist through much of this week, with areas to the south particularly cold compared to average. However, by the time we reach Sunday a northerly airflow develops, which could increase the chances of wintry hazards for some.”

The Met Office head of situational awareness, Will Lang, said: “There will be a resurgence in the really cold weather through the weekend and that spreads across the whole of the UK during the early part of next week. Initially, this means there will be more in the way of showers around the coasts, turning increasingly to snow for many areas, especially further north.”

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