Exact date snow & Arctic blast will hit REVEALED as temps drop to -2C amid Met Office fog warning

Cold wave next week

A cold snap could see snow return as early as next week.

‘Winter rain’ will accompany icy temperatures and freezing fog from Tuesday – with a splash of white matter likely.

Charts for January 24 show a 50 to 60 percent chance of snow in the Scottish Highlands, with a 25 percent probability in northern England.

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

The Bureau of Meteorology’s long-range forecast for the end of the month to February says: “This period is likely to see a gradual transition to more turbulent conditions.

“Heavier rainfall is likely to occur across the northwest, particularly later in this period, while drier-than-average conditions are likely to prevail in the southeast, particularly early in this period.

There are likely to be bouts of strong winds, especially in the north.

“Temperatures are likely to be slightly above average overall. However, some cold breaks are still expected, resulting in an occasional risk of snowfall, most likely over the northern hills.”

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