Motorists warned of thick fog amid -5 icing this weekend ahead of snow blasts

Cold flash next week

A moment of COLD could see snow return as early as next week.

“Showers” will be accompanied by frigid temperatures and freezing fog from Tuesday – with a possibility of a white cover.

The chart for 24 January shows a 50 to 60 per cent probability of snowfall in the Scottish Highlands, with a 25 per cent chance in northern England.

Mercury will also drop significantly, to 0 in the southeast, -1C in the Midlands, and -2C in parts of Wales.

The Met Office’s long-term range forecast for the end of month to February said: “This period is likely to see a gradual transition to more worrisome conditions.

“Heaviest rainfall is likely to occur in the northwest, especially in later periods, while drier-than-average conditions are more likely in the southeast, especially earlier in the period. period.”

“There is a possibility of strong winds, mainly in the north.

“Overall temperatures could be slightly above average. However, some colder spells are still expected, bringing the occasional risk of snow, most likely over the mountains. north hill.” Motorists warned of thick fog amid -5 icing this weekend ahead of snow blasts


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