Beast from the East to bite again as snow heads for UK
Just when you thought it was safe to go back outside, another coating of snow is set to blanket Britain.
Yellow weather warnings have been issued for snow across the south of England and part of the Midlands on Sunday.When is Kate Middleton due and when does the Duchess go on maternity leave?
Met Office forecaster Martin Bowles said that cold air from eastern Europe is once again to blame for the influx of snow.
But the good news is that it shouldnât be as severe as the recen t bad weather brought in from the Beast from the East and Storm Emma.
Mr Bowles told Metro.co.uk: âItâs not likely to be anything like as bad as two weeks ago, but we could see between 2cm and 5cm of snow.â
The warning is in place through the entirety of Sunday and covers a large swathe of southern England, including London, and stretching
According to the Met Office, snow showers are likely, and the snow could settle, disrupting the roads and public transport services.
The maximum temperature on Sunday will be as low as 0C or 1C, Mr Bowles added.
He said: âWe have got another spell of cold air from eastern Europe, with high pressure over Scandinavia, so the whole country will get very cold air over the weekend.
âAs far as the snow is concerned, we think it is going to be mainly in the south east part of the country.â
It will also be a short spell of bad weather, with temperatures set to return to normal springtime levels by Wednesday.
Mr Bowles added: âWe will see temperatures starting to drop on Friday, and Monday is expected to be cold, but with slightly less snow.
âFrom Tuesday the high pressure will have moved further south.âSource: Google News