UK weather forecast – Met Office warns SNOW to sweep across Britain ‘in weeks' after temps PLUMMET to Arctic -7C

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UK weather forecast – Met Office warns SNOW to sweep across Britain ‘in weeks’ after temps PLUMMET to Arctic -7C

BRITS shivered as temperatures dipped to a bone-chilling -7C last night – and an Arctic blast on the way means it'll only get COLDER from here.

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Wales last night faced its coldest night of the winter so far, as the mercury took a tumble to -6C in the country, and Brits endured freezing temperatures.

But the whole country felt the freeze last night. It was below zero everywhere, with dipping -7C temperatures in Oxfordshire and the south coast of England.

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The Met Office said: “Last night was the coldest night of the Winter so far for Wales, with Sennybridge recording a low of -6.0 °C during the early hours of Friday.”

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  • Joseph Gamp26 minutes ago

    Last night was the coldest of winter so far

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    BRITS shivered as temperatures dipped to a bone-chilling -7C last night – and an Arctic blast on the way means it'll only get COLDER from here.

    Wales last night faced its coldest night of the winter so far, as the mercury took a tumble to -6C in the country, and Brits endured freezing temperatures.

    But the whole country felt the freeze last night. It was below zero everywhere, with dipping -7C temperatures in Oxfordshire and the south coast of England.

    The Met Office said: “Last night was the coldest night of the Winter so far for Wales, with Sennybridge recording a low of -6.0 °C during the early hours of Friday.”

    UK weather forecast – Met Office warns SNOW to sweep across Britain ‘in weeks’ after temps PLUMMET to Arctic -7C

  • Joseph Gamp45 minutes ago

    A fairly cloudy night ahead

    The rain will hold off tonight, but it's going to be cloudy for most.

    The Met Office tweeted: “Dry for many this evening, though fairly cloudy.

    “Turning chilly across a few southern and east parts where skies remain clear.”

    Dry for many this evening, though fairly #cloudy ☁️

    Turning #chilly across a few southern and east parts where skies remain clear 📉 pic.twitter.com/WdZ1gZu803

    — Met Office (@metoffice) January 21, 2022

  • Joseph GampToday, 17:05

    Long range forecast – January 31 to February 14

    The Met Office in its long-range forecast has predicted snow could fall towards the end of January into early February.

    From January 31 to February 14, the Met Office warns that “some colder interludes remain possible, bringing a risk of occasional snow, this most likely over northern hills.”

    The week beginning February first will see grim weather, and the coldest parts of winter still to come.

  • Joseph GampToday, 17:00

    Next month could be coldest February on record, say bookies

    Next month could be the coldest February on record, according to Ladbrokes.

    The bookies now make it just a 3/1 shot for the coldest February EVER to be recorded this year, with temperatures soon set to tumble.

    Elsewhere, 2/1 says this ends up being the coldest winter since records began.

    Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “With a big freeze set to batter all four corners of the UK, the odds suggest we're in for some record-breaking low temperatures in the coming weeks.”

  • Joseph GampToday, 16:29

    Storm Elpis tearing through Greece

    The Met Office: “Whilst high pressure dominates our weather pattern here in the UK, low pressure dominates southeastern parts of the Mediterranean Storm.

    “Elpis has been named by the Greek Met Service EMY_HNMS.

    “Heavy rain, strong winds and snow will affect parts of Greece, Cyprus and Turkey.”

    Whilst high pressure dominates our weather pattern here in the UK, low pressure dominates southeastern parts of the Mediterranean

    Storm #Elpis has been named by the Greek Met Service @EMY_HNMS 

    Heavy #rain, strong winds and #snow will affect parts of Greece, Cyprus and Turkey pic.twitter.com/cYP0xIQwYE

    — Met Office (@metoffice) January 21, 2022

  • Milica CosicToday, 16:00

    If you're struggling this winter…

    Winter fuel payments might be the answer.

    If you are a pensioner, you could get a winter fuel payment from the government of between £100 and £300.

    To qualify, you’ll must have been born on or before September 26, 1955 and the date for this changes every year.

    Plus, you must also have lived in the UK for at least one day during the “qualifying week” which is September 20 to 26, 2021.

  • Milica CosicToday, 15:30

    'Winter is not over'

    Jim Dale, senior meteorologist at British Weather Services has said: “I think once we stir things up in February, there's every chance we get a wintry thrust from time to time, out of the north and out of the north east.

    “Winter is not over. February is a wintry month, it is often the coldest month of the year.

    “So it doesn't mean it can't strike. It can.

    “But at the same time, it does look as if it's a more Atlantic origin, so it's not the worst of directions for general winter.

    “But I expect that the Highlands and the Grampians will get back to a snow situation at times, as we push on.

    “Whether it comes any lower, time will only tell – but I expect there will be some of that.”

  • Milica CosicToday, 15:00

    Snow predicted for early Feb

    Weather forecaster WXCharts has predicted snow in early February, with up to four inches (10cm) hitting parts of Scotland.

    It has also forecast widespread rain, set to batter the UK by February 4.

    WXCharts is predicting up to 30mm of rain in parts of Scotland and up to 10mm across the UK.

    Speaking to Express.co.uk, Mr Dale said: “As we approach the end of the month, things do change.

    “We lose the high pressure… the winds will start picking up.

    “We'll have to watch the moving targets and see what develops but I think the emphasis is basically: change of month, change of weather.”

  • Milica CosicToday, 14:30

    Top tips for safe winter driving

    1. Drive slow — Speed limits indicate the maximum speed that should be travelled on that type of road. Depending on the type of vehicle you are driving and the current weather conditions, you may need to slow down.

    2. Allow extra space — Stopping distances can increase to more than double during bad weather. Maintaining a safe distance from the vehicle in front allows more time to plan and brake as required.

    3. Driving in fog — Before entering fog, it’s important to switch fog lights on, check your mirrors and slow down. Fog creates low levels of visibility, so remember to stay cautious of other drivers who may not be using headlights and keep a safe distance behind the vehicle in front.

    4. Loss of control — If the steering becomes unresponsive, it is likely that the tyres don’t have enough grip on the road. The best way to deal with this is to ease off the accelerator and slow down gradually. You should switch to winter tyres before the winter period, to increase the amount of grip you have while driving.

    5. Driving on ice — When the temperature drops towards freezing, be wary of black ice. Drive slowly and avoid breaking where possible as this can cause the car to spin out of control.

    6. Know when to stop — If visibility becomes extremely poor, drive carefully until it is safe to stop at a nearby petrol station, service station or safe location (such as a lay-by) until visibility increases. Avoid the hard shoulder as the chances of an incident occurring there are much higher in the winter months.

    7. How to drive in snow — If your car gets stuck while driving in snow, take your foot off the accelerator and avoid spinning your tires. Instead, try the rocking manoeuvre which might give you enough momentum to drive out.

    8. The highway code — Ensure that you consult the Highway Code which applies in England, Scotland and Wales, or the Highway Code for Northern Ireland and see rules 226 to 237 for further advice on driving in adverse weather conditions.

  • Milica CosicToday, 14:00

    How to drive safely in icy conditions as temperatures plummet

    With the bitterly cold weather sweeping the UK, it’s important that drivers take care and are well prepared before they take to the roads on frosty mornings. 

    Emergency transport specialists CMAC Group have put together an expert advice piece on how to prepare for driving in wintery conditions, ideal for commuters and workers who rely on driving for work.

    Before winter begins we recommend that all vehicles are fully serviced, ensuring:

    • All lights are clean and working
    • The battery is charged
    • All windows are clean
    • Windscreen wipers are in good working order
    • Appropriate screen wash is used
    • Tyres are free from bulges and tears with no cord exposed, correctly inflated and with a safe tread depth
    • All fluids are topped up and antifreeze used where required
    • Winter tyres have been installed

  • Milica CosicToday, 13:30

    Bitter chill may not last much longer

    The bitter chill may not last for much longer.

    Some weather models are suggesting signals for cold next month are getting weaker.

    It means that if the high pressure continues, there could be some balmier weather on the way.

    Emphasising that the forecast isn't clear enough yet to make an accurate prediction, Brian Gaze of The Weather Outlook said: “I wonder if we could have an early taste of spring?”

    But before warmer days return, it's predicted that snow will fall in London before the end of the winter.

    Flurries are expected to hit the capital on February 9.

    Parts of Scotland and the north-east will face a battering on January 28.

  • Milica CosicToday, 13:00

    Parts of country to see snow soon

    Some places will soon see snow as the freezing blast holds the country in its grip.

    Met Office forecaster Clare Nasir said: “There will be Arctic air streaming down from the north delivering snow showers, particularly in the far north-east of the country.”

    However, in most places it'll stay cold and mostly bright for the rest of the month.

  • Milica CosicToday, 12:30

    'Cold weather can have a serious impact on health'

    Agostinho Sousa, a consultant at the UK Health and Security Agency, said the cold can have a deadly toll.

    “Cold weather can have a serious impact on health, particularly for older people and those with heart and lung problems, as it increases the risks of heart attacks, strokes and chest infections,” he said.

    “Remind vulnerable relatives and neighbours to heat their home to at least 18C – particularly if they have reduced mobility, are 65 or older, or have a health condition.

    “Should they need to go outside, it's important for them to wear shoes with a good grip.”

  • Milica CosicToday, 12:00

    Bone-chilling -7C last night

    BRITS shivered as temperatures dipped to a bone-chilling -7C last night – and an Arctic blast on the way means it'll only get COLDER from here.

    Wales last night faced its coldest night of the winter so far, as the mercury took a tumble to -6C in the country, and Brits endured freezing temperatures.

    But the whole country felt the freeze last night. It was below zero everywhere, with dipping -7C temperatures in Oxfordshire and the south coast of England.

    The Met Office said: “Last night was the coldest night of the Winter so far for Wales, with Sennybridge recording a low of -6.0 °C during the early hours of Friday.”

  • Milica CosicToday, 11:30

    Experts reveal ‘heating hacks’ to save money as temperatures drop

    The heating experts at PlumbNation highlight the importance of heating your home, especially when the temperature drops below freezing:

    “During periods of cold weather, the water in your pipes freezes and expands, which can lead to a build-up of pressure and end up bursting your pipes. Then when the ice starts to thaw out the water floods out, and this can end up costing thousands to fix (a lot more than your heating bill!). 

    “Using a thermostat with a timer offers a simple and speedy solution to controlling your heating effectively and is a better option than leaving your heating on low all day, as this isn’t considered to be an effective form of heating.

    “There are other ways to stop your pipes from freezing, such as buying inexpensive pipe lagging and tank jackets to provide insulation.”

    Expert Tips to Save Money on Your Heating:

    1. Upgrade your thermostat
    2. Stop draughts! 
    3. Add an extra layer (or two!)
    4. Introduce soft furnishings
    5. Turn your thermostat down By 1°C 
    6. Clean your radiators
    7. Don’t dry your clothes on your radiator 
    8. Check your radiator covers
    9. Get your boiler serviced 

  • Milica CosicToday, 11:00

    UK weather outlook for Sunday and Monday

    Early mist on Sunday will soon clear. It will then be dry with bright spells and variable amounts of cloud cover. Spells of drizzle across western Scotland.

    Cloud on Monday will break and spells of sunshine will develop. There will also be spells of rain across Scotland and Northern Ireland.

  • Milica CosicToday, 10:30

    Tomorrow's weather forecast (Saturday)

    A cold start to the day with early frost.

    It will then be dry and bright across much of southern and central England with lots of sunshine.

    There will be more cloud across Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and northern and western England with patches of mist lingering.

    Rain across western Scotland.

  • Milica CosicToday, 10:00

    Tonight's weather

    A mostly dry evening with clear spells but there will be more cloud in the north and west.

    Overnight, most areas will continue dry with patches of mist forming and there will be thick cloud cover across northern and western areas.

    Light rain and drizzle will continue across western Scotland.

  • Milica CosicToday, 09:30

    Top tips on defrosting your windscreen during the winter

    Mix up a solution of water with a teaspoon of salt and pour it over icy areas

    A mixture of three parts of vinegar to one part of water will also do the trick

    DON’T pour boiling water onto frozen car windows

    DON’T use anything other than a car-specific scraper to remove the frost

    Prevent windscreen frost by soaking an old towel in a solution made up of water and table salt, or a mix of one part of water and two parts of alcohol, then place it over your car windows the night before.

  • Milica CosicToday, 09:00

    Snow to hit London ‘from February 9’

    It’s been predicted that snow will fall in London before the end of the winter.

    Flurries are expected to hit the capital on February 9.

    Before that, however, parts of Scotland and the north-east will face a battering on January 28.

  • Milica CosicToday, 08:30

    Be careful – widespread frost expected this morning

    Met Office chief meteorologist Steve Ramsdale, said earlier this week: “A change in conditions brings cold air to the UK.

    “It’ll spread from the north later on Wednesday then lingering over England and Wales for the rest of the week and into the weekend.

    “With easing winds and good clear spells, a widespread frost is likely on Thursday and Friday morning with temperatures recovering somewhat by day.”

  • Milica CosicToday, 08:00

    Useful tips to stay warm in the winter

    Brits are set for a winter freeze with forecasters predicting temperatures as lows as -3C, so it’s important you wrap up warm!

    1. Dress for warmth
    2. Heat up your living area
    3. Double-check your insulation and cracks
    4. Take advantage of natural heat – during the day open the curtains and blinds and letting in the natural sunlight
    5. Keep your bed warm – you can just opt for placing hot water bottles wrapped in a fleece or wool cover
    6. Keep your metabolism running

  • Milica CosicToday, 07:30

    How should you prepare for safe driving in snow?

    Before heading off in the snow, plan your journey carefully and keep up-to-date with local weather reports. You should also:

    • Allow more time than you usually would and ensure all the snow is clear from your vehicle.
    • It is actually against the law to drive with snow on your car.
    • Carry a lock de-icer with you to clear your locks.
    • Make sure any auto wiper control is switched off before turning the ignition on.
    • If they are frozen to the screen the control fuse will blow.
    • Check your tyres for adequate tread so the grip is sufficient. If conditions are very bad you may want to consider using snow socks or chains.
    • Use a good screenwash that protects down to at least -35C to prevent the water from freezing.

    Being gentler on the throttle and brakes and slowing down, particularly on rural or ungritted routes, can help ensure a safe and trouble-free journey, advises the RAC.

  • Milica CosicToday, 07:00

    Protecting the vulnerable during the cold

    The UK Health and Security Agency has now alerted people in central and southern England to look out for vulnerable neighbours during the chill.

    Agostinho Sousa, consultant in public health medicine at the organisation, said the cold can have a deadly toll.

    “Cold weather can have a serious impact on health, particularly for older people and those with heart and lung problems, as it increases the risks of heart attacks, strokes and chest infections,” she said.

    “Remind vulnerable relatives and neighbours to heat their home to at least 18C – particularly if they have reduced mobility, are 65 or older, or have a health condition.

    “Should they need to go outside, it's important for them to wear shoes with a good grip.”

  • Milica CosicToday, 06:30

    UK weather outlook for Saturday and Sunday

    Mainly dry on Saturday with sunny spells and variable amounts of cloud cover. There will also be some spells of rain and drizzle across northern Scotland.

    Saturday will continue dry for most areas with the best of the sunny spells across eastern areas. Outbreaks of rain will continue across Scotland

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