BRITS have been told to brace for a icy -1C freeze as temperatures drop just days before Christmas – as weather warnings for snow are part in place.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow and ice in Sctoland and parts of the north of England, which is in force from 3pm today until 11am on Christmas Eve.
One forecaster says that if a particular weather system shapes up in the days to come, some areas could record a whopping 10 inches of snow on the big day, starting from early morning in many places.
Meanwhile, forecasters have predicted the exact date Brits will see snow this month – with with blizzards and biting winds blasting in some parts of the country.b Brian Gaze of The Weather Outlook has said it may well be a very white Christmas after all, and it’ll be an “all-time classic” for snow fans.
The charts show temperatures as low as -6C in parts of Scotland, while snow would fall across much of the country – including in the south.
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