Met Office Issue Snow And Ice Warning In The UK For Tomorrow

Met Office Issue Snow And Ice Warning In The UK For Tomorrow

Showers will become more frequent elsewhere, with some turning wintry later over high ground.

Tonight meanwhile, lowest temperatures will range between -3C and 1C with further showers of rain, hail, sleet and snow an ongoing risk of thunder. Light to moderate southerly winds will increase strong around Southern coasts.

The forecaster is expecting cold and blustery conditions. Wintry showers in the Northwest of Ulster will die out through the morning.

A Met Office meteorologist said: "A front of rain from the southwest will hit cold air, and we could see snow to north Wales and the north of England". Moderate to fresh and gusty southwest winds will be strong near coasts, with gales in the west and northwest. Many places will have a dry and bright day with sunny spells, with showers largely confined to western and northern coasts. Mainly dry and clear on Monday night apart from coastal showers in the west and northwest.

It will be cold and wintry over the weekend, but should become more settled early next week, with very cold nights on the cards, according to Met Éireann. Minimum temperatures of -3 to +1 degrees Celsius with a widespread frost and icy patches. However, there may be further rain in the southeast on Tuesday, perhaps extending further north.

"Snow may occur at times in the north, mainly on high ground".

A frosty start with icy patches will lead to another day of widespread showers which will be wintry at times. Maximum temperatures of just 2° to 3° are likely in the north, but should reach 5° to 6° further south.

She said: "The band of showers moving across Northern Ireland and northern England will drift their way into the Scottish borders across southwest Scotland overnight".

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