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UK News London weather: Capital to plunge to -5C temperatures this week but here's when snow is next expected

10:33  17 january  2022
10:33  17 january  2022 Source:   mylondon.news

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HEAVY snow could blanket London before the end of January as winter bites back, forecasters say. Temperatures have plummeted around the country after a. Swathes of the country between Aberdeen and Hampshire - including the capital - will then see snow on Sunday, January 30, it' s predicted. However, before that, it' s likely to stay clear and chilly for most, forecasters say. BRRRRACE YOURSELVES. Temperatures will drop as low as - 5 C today as the Met Office issues a yellow warning for thick fog stretching from the south-east through central England towards Tyne and Wear.

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The country is bracing for a big freeze in the coming days with temperatures expected to drop in some areas to -5C in the evenings.

The coldest weather is likely to hit from next week - but this week will be a mixture of sunny spells and freezing fog.

It came as the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) issued a cold weather alert and encouraged people to 'stay warm and look out for those most at risk' as it warned of 'freezing conditions and prolonged periods of fog' across the centre and south of the country in the coming days.

Here's the outlook.

Today:

It will be a chilly start, with areas of fog clearing by late morning. Sunny spells are then expected throughout the day.

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Snow return as early as next week . "Wintry showers" will accompany icy temperatures and freezing fog from Tuesday - with the chance of a sprinkling of the white stuff. Come Tuesday, the weather will take a more wintry turn with colder air spreading in from the north sending temperatures tumbling. A Netweather forecaster said: "It will probably be cold and dry, rather than cold and snowy , with more significant and widespread overnight frosts, and temperatures closer to freezing by day." But the Met Office has warned showers will be "wintry" with the possibility of sleet or snow .

FORECASTERS say that heavy snow could blanket London before the end of January, so Swathes of the country between Aberdeen and Hampshire - including the capital - will then see snow on Brits are set for a winter freeze next week with forecasters predicting temperatures as lows as -3C. When temperatures are below freezing and wind chills plunging to 35 degrees below zero during an

Into the evening, a there will be areas of mist and fog with some "dense patches developing overnight", according to the Met Office. Overnight there will be a sharp frost and minimum temperature -5 °C.

Outlook for the week:

We will see a musty start to most morningsm which might be slow to clear. However, once it does it should be a sunny week.

However, mid-week might see from rain and strong winds.

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) is again encouraging people to stay warm and look out for those most at risk.

Frank Saunders, Chief Meteorologist at the Met Office, said:

Temperatures in England are expected to continue below normal in the coming days, with overnight minimum temperatures possibly getting to -4°C in some rural areas again tonight, and perhaps approaching this value again on Sunday night. Freezing fog will also form again across some areas on Friday night and Saturday morning.

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UK snow MAPPED: Next Thursday further snow could fall more widespread (Image: NETWEATHER). UK snow MAPPED: Temperatures are forecast to be icy over the next few days (Image: NETWEATHER). "As a result of that forecast, we make it odds-on now for this winter to end as the coldest on record." Mr Hill added: "The month started mildly, but that feels like a distance ago now. "With temperatures dropping to as low as - 5 C this weekend, we have slashed the odds on this month being a record cold January."

The weather front is set to move south overnight tomorrow into Friday and clear from southern England in the morning - with the very cold conditions following behind. Met Office spokesman Richard Miles said: 'Due to movement of the high pressure, the air flow is changing. Winds will be from more of a northerly direction by the And the cold snap could continue throughout next week as well. Next week , it forecasts 'sunshine and showers during the daytime, which could bring a mixture of sleet and snow to the tops of the hills and mountains in the north'. Further frosts are expected , even in the South.

Areas covered by the alert are likely to see highs remain in the mid-to-low single figures through the weekend, especially in places where any fog or low cloud lingers throughout the day.

When might we see snow?

If we do see snow, its likely at the end of January into the start of February.

Jim Dale, a senior meteorologist at British Weather Services, urged people to remember that "winter is not over", as the "coldest parts of the year" are yet to come.

Speaking to the Express, he said: "As we get towards the end of the month - the coldest on average parts of the year - what we're seeing is the high pressure pulling away south and west, allowing a north-easterly air stream to come in.

"That may well start to bring some snow events towards the latter stages of the month - so that last week of January. I'm talking now about January 25-28."

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