Met Office breaks silence on January ‘snow bomb’ set to hit UK
A snow bomb would have hit the UK shortly, some forecasters say – and the Met Office has now had its say on it.
More than ten inches are forecast for mid-January by forecaster WX Charts.
WX Charts shared their weather charts for half of the first month of the year.
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Heavy snowfall is expected across the country as Newcastle and Northumberland are heavily affected by the white matter.
Scotland will also experience a fair amount of dust, with snow showers expected further south in the Midlands and Wales, as well as the Cotswolds, north-west England and Cumbria.
11 inches are expected in Scotland, while 4 cm can be found in Manchester and the Scottish capital of Edinburgh.
But the Met Office, looking from Jan. 14 to Jan. 28, predicted: “During the second half of January, a continuation of the rather changeable regime is expected with periods of wet and windy weather interspersed with drier and brighter periods. . “
“Overall, temperatures are expected to stay slightly above average due to mild spells and short-lived colder spells,” the forecast agency adds.
“Those short colder spells can still allow for some snowfall, but it will generally fall on the northern hills.”
The forecasting agency also warns against caution and caution amid the fog and frost.
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