Met Office seasonal forecasting skill turns out to be below average – heading towards the lowest 20%.
By Paul Homewood
Conditions over the weekend and into the early part of next week will become increasingly cold, possibly exceptionally cold.
Yellow National Severe Weather Warnings for snow are in force for parts of eastern and southeast England from 4pm on Monday and for large parts of the UK through Tuesday and Wednesday.
Snow showers are expected to develop widely during the start of the week, with some locations likely to see accumulations of 5 to 10 cm. Although other sites may see less frequent showers leading to much smaller accumulations up to 2 cm.
The very cold conditions, which are likely to be the coldest spell of weather for several years, are likely to remain in place for the remainder of next week. The cold easterly wind will persist bringing a significant wind chill which will make it feel several degrees colder than thermometers indicate. Even without…
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February 24, 2018 at 11:45AM