UK weather: Met Office issues warnings for rain and snow lasting until next week | UK News

Giant swathes of the UK will see a return to biting chilly temperatures over the next few days, with heavy snowfall and a month’s price of rain forecast for elements of England and Scotland.

Temperatures might drop by round 10C to only above freezing between Thursday and Monday throughout giant elements of England.

But it might really feel as chilly as -5C (23F) throughout some areas of the UK from Sunday, with a band of chilly air forecast to maneuver in from the east, remaining in place for the early a part of next week, and conserving temperatures hovering round freezing.

Saturday's weather warnings. Pic: Met Office
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Saturday’s climate warnings. Pic: Met Office
Monday's weather warnings. Pic: Met Office
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Monday’s climate warnings. Pic: Met Office

Climate warnings for snow are in place for elements of Scotland on Thursday and Friday, alongside additional rainfall warnings for the north-east of England and Northern Eire.

A extra extreme amber snow warning can also be in place for a lot of Scotland from the early hours of Friday until noon on Saturday, with forecasters predicting as a lot as 50cm snowfall within the highest areas between now and Saturday night.

Disruption to journey and utilities are doubtless, with the chance of communities being minimize off.

Additional yellow climate warnings on Sunday cowl a lot of Scotland and the east coast of England down so far as elements of Cambridgeshire and Essex, warning of the chance of some snow and ice into Monday.

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The lengthy vary forecast

As much as 80mm of rain is anticipated to have fallen in remoted elements of the north-east of England between Tuesday night and Saturday lunchtime – nearly one-and-a-half instances the quantity anticipated within the area throughout the entire month of February.

It comes as the primary snowdrops of the season have begun to emerge, usually seen as the beginning of spring.

Met Office spokeswoman Nicola Maxey stated: “We might see a drop of about 10C in extensively anticipated daytime temperatures going into the weekend and next week.

“Chilly air will are available from the east over the weekend, which can convey temperatures down.

“That does not take note of the wind chill, so these chilly winds might make it really feel a lot colder than temperatures.”

The Surroundings Company at the moment has dozens of its second-most-severe flood warnings in place, alongside sections of river together with the Thames, the Severn, and the Ouse, which means flooding is anticipated.

There are additionally greater than 100 less-severe flood alerts in place, throughout nearly each area of England, which means flooding is feasible.