Met Office issues update on cold snap hitting UK as hot October continues
The Met Office has released an update on when colder weather will hit the UK as Britons bask in the hot sun today.
Temperatures reached 18C in many parts of the country, including Birmingham and the Black Country, today as people enjoyed unusually warm sunshine in October.
But those who expect it to be cold on any day have a little more time to enjoy “above-average” temperatures, according to the Met Office.
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From next week, Thursday October 14, “dry and sunny periods” largely are expected across the country, except in the far north where “occasional” episodes of rain and wind could occur.
The Met Office’s long-term forecast reads: ‘High pressures and predominantly dry conditions are then expected to dominate the UK for much of the period, with only occasional rain events likely in the north and south. sometimes west. “
He adds: “Overall, temperatures are likely to be around or slightly above average for the time of year, although with a possibility of freezing overnight.”
But then there is a warning of a change to more stable conditions around Saturday October 23.
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The Met Office’s long-term forecast warns of colder conditions “setting in early November.”
For the period from Sunday October 24 to Sunday November 7: zones at certain times.
“From the beginning of November, more extended periods of drought are possible across the country, with the risk of night fog which will dissipate during the day. During this period, temperatures will remain near or above average. However, it is possible for colder conditions to set in in early November. “