UK weather: Met Office reveals snow to hit in DAYS – and it'll last all week as temperatures plunge to -3 | The Sun
BRITS have been warned that snow is due to hit in days and temperatures will plummet to -3C.
The Met Office is forecasting a bitter cold snap across the weekend into next week, with parts of the UK set to be covered by snow.
Areas in northern Scotland near Fort William will experience snowfall today and this will continue into next week.
Temperatures across Scotland will plummet below freezing by the start of next week, reaching -3C in Glasgow and Loch Rannoch.
On Monday January 16 the white stuff is also due to hit areas across Birmingham, Manchester and northern Wales.
By Tuesday it will reach -1C in Leeds and remain frosty at 0C across most of the Midlands and up north while the south also stays chilly with steady temperatures from 1C to 2C.
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Those in Derry and Belfast, Northern Ireland will wake up to snow covered gardens on Wednesday, and people in Pembroke, Wales will see the same.
Moving south, Plymouth and Exeter are forecast to experience some light dustings of snow on Tuesday.
The Met Office said: "There is a lot of uncertainty as we move into next week but there are signs of a brief colder spell which could see further snow showers."
There is even the possibility of "interruption to power supplies and other services."
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Rain is forecast to drench the majority of the UK tomorrow and Monday will see those in York, Manchester, Birmingham and Brighton reach for their umbrellas.
Flood warnings have been issued for England, Wales and potentially Scotland due to the heavy rainfall.
This comes as Wales was hit by a month's rainfall in 24 hours and an urgent warning was issued to people in Weston-super-Mare.
They have been urged to stay away from a 156-year-old Victorian pier as it is rapidly crumbling due to being battered by stormy weather.
The River Taff also burst its banks in Cardiff, leaving large areas nearby completely submerged and 16 flood alerts are in place across the country.
The Met Office gave a long range prediction for Sunday to Tuesday and said: "Some rain in the south at first, otherwise sunny spells with showers.
"Becoming colder with showers increasingly falling as snow, especially across the north, even to lower levels. Windy."
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