The final ‘major’ storm of 2021 will see Britain battered by a ‘snow bomb’, violent storms and heavy rain.
While a White Christmas seems unlikely for most, extreme conditions are expected two days later on December 27.
Following hurricanes Arwen and Barra earlier this month, much of the country is now enjoying unusually warm temperatures that have caused mercury to rise to 14 degrees Celsius in recent days.
But according to Netweather.tv, the post-Christmas ‘snow bomb’ will cause temperatures to plummet again in the first that there will be FIVE more storms before the end of winter.
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https://www.the-sun.com/news/4261416/weather-tomorrow-forecast-uk-snow-met-office-christmas/ UK weather forecast – Met Office warns of FRIENDLY fog as Arctic chills at Xmas to make way for ‘snow bombs’