Published On: Wed, Dec 4th, 2019

UK snow forecast MAP: Britain turns PURPLE as arctic blast brings -10C and snow | Weather | News


Shocking weather charts show Britain faces sub-zero temperatures with chances of snow in highland areas and other parts of the country next week. Despite a brief two day period of slightly warmer temperatures, from Sunday, an arctic blast will begin its descent on the nation, threatening Britain with freezing temperatures and snow.

This cold snap is expected to hit the west coast of the UK and Scotland the hardest at first.

However, as these freezing temperatures spread across the country, the chance of snow and frosty conditions will increase throughout the UK.

Worrying weather maps from NetWeather.com show snowfall will begin on Sunday morning, December 8 in the Scottish Highlands.

As the day goes on the snow will rapidly move to other areas of the country, including the north of England and Wales.

READ MORE: UK snow forecast: 12 day weather MAP shows HEAVY SNOW across Britain

Another WXChart has shown that snow could even fall as far south as Birmingham next week.

The coldest temperatures will be seen in central Scotland, with fears the mercury could plunge to -10C on Monday, December 16 at midnight.

The Met Office has warned of more unsettled weather from Sunday.

The weather agency says temperatures are “more likely” to “dip below normal” and allow and “increasing risk of wintry showers the further north you go.”

Bookies Coral have seen a flurry of bets on this December being the coldest since records began at 4/6, to be the coldest since records began.

Coral also makes it odds on at 1/2 that snow falls in any major city in the UK this week.



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