SNOW will cover the UK within two weeks as forecasters predict freezing temperature drops.
According to weather radar charts, WXCHARTS, a large band of snow can be seen on Friday, December 9th.
It is intended to affect the south coast of England and advance towards the Scottish borderlands.
Snow will continue to pollinate the same areas over the following days, with light flurries across western and northern Scotland.
On Saturday December 10, residents of Exeter and Bournemouth are likely to wake up to white gardens as snow is forecast for the night.
By December 12, however, Britons can expect to deal with mud as the snow rolls by and moderate rainfall is expected in parts of northern Scotland.
This comes after forecasters issued yellow weather warnings for snow last week as temperatures dropped to 3C.
It was due to fail in parts of northern Scotland – including the Cairngorms National Park, the Isle of Skye and Fort William.
Meanwhile, much of Scotland was also under a yellow weather warning.
The Met Office was forced to issue three separate amber weather warnings earlier this week.
They covered various parts of the country, with stormy weather forecasts hitting the country and flooding a possibility.
The first strong wind warning covered much of Devon and Cornwall and the south coast of Wales.
The region was set to see power outages as storms of up to 80mph swept across the south-west, while the Met also warned of travel delays and possible injuries from debris kicked up by the powerful gusts.
At the other end of the UK, eastern Scotland was largely covered by a yellow ice warning.
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