Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Brace Yourselves For The Coldest Night Of The Year With Temperatures Set To Plummeting To -10C In London Tonight

UK weather: Temperatures set to plunge to -10C

Britons should brace themselves for the coldest night of the year as temperatures are set to plunge to -10C with air from the North Pole bringing wintry showers to batter the nation.  
Widespread frost and snowfall is on the way, following on from icy mornings that affected much of the country at the weekend. 
Britain is set to be colder than the Arctic Circle with snow flurries near East, West and North coasts this week, and plunging temperatures due in coming weeks as the coldest December for seven years is forecast.

A drop of -4C (25F) is predicted tomorrow night, in many parts of England and Wales. Meanwhile on snow-covered mountains in Scotland, the temperature could fall to -10C (14F), and -5C (23F) or -6C (21F) in the glens.
The figures compare with a low of -8C (18F) forecast for the same night in Rovaniemi, Lapland, just south of the Arctic Circle, and 2C (36F) in Reykjavik, Iceland. St Petersburg is only expected to fall to 0C (32F) this week.
The Met Office has issued an ice warning for northern Scotland from 6pm tonight until 10am tomorrow, adding that wintry showers could be a further hazard with up to 2cm (0.8in) of snow on ground above 650ft (200m).

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