Wrap Up Warm As We Head Back To Work

Met Office forecasters are predicting a change to cold and wintry weather as we head back to work after the festive break.

After a mild New Year the weather is set to take a turn for the worse as bitterly cold winds bring the risk of snow to many parts of the UK through the second half of this week.  There is the possibility of disruption due to snow across many parts of the UK on Thursday. Daytime temperatures will struggle to get above 2 or 3 degrees Celsius and with a strong wind it is going to feel much colder.

Met Office Head of Forecasting, Brian Golding said: “After a mild Christmas and New Year, we will notice a real change to some cold and wintry weather. We will need be prepared and wrap up well against the cold weather as we head back to work in 2008.”

As the national weather service for the UK, the Met Office works with other agencies to help keep the nation safe. As the weather turns colder, with the risk of snow we suggest you keep up to date with the latest weather forecast in your area on our website, as well as the latest travel advice across the roads and railways.

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Latest forecast for the UK

Source: GNN (Met Office)


 
 
 

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