Weather: Met Office forecasts snow in the week ahead
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Britain is on the cusp of seeing widespread snow – with even the south not evading wintry showers in the coming days. That’s according to Jim Dale, a meteorologist for British Weather Services, who made the confirmation to Express.co.uk this morning. He said: “Latest charts extend snow into south and prolong the freeze for between five to seven days. These are fair possibilies given the airstream.” Earlier this week he said a ‘mini troll’ weather front from Scandinavia would bring a “transient” plunge to the country’s otherwise mild start to January.
While this frontal system is no Beast from the East, it’s still enough to see parts of Scotland endure a bitter -11C drop at dusk.
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