UK Cold Weather Forecast: ‘Concerning’ Frost Triggers New Three-Day Alert THIS WEEK | Weather | News


Due to a weather band hitting the country this week, the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for fog. Coupled with the fog, the charts show that temperatures drop to 1 ° C in some parts of the country. According to WXCharts charts, parts of the Midlands, Wales and Yorkshire will drop to 1C on Wednesday morning.

For most of the south, the mercury will be between 2-3C in the early hours of Wednesday.

For parts of the northwest and northeast, temperatures will hover around 2C.

These cold temperatures will remain throughout the morning as the British are hit by a winter explosion.

The cold will still be biting Thursday morning in London and the south of England.

For these areas, the mercury will be between 2-3C Thursday morning.

For the Midlands and northern England, the mercury will be between 2-4C on Thursday.

Wales will also remain cold, with temperatures between 1 and 2 ° C.

Due to fog and cold conditions, Accuweather meteorologist Alyssa Smithmyer suggested all wet surfaces could turn to ice late Tuesday and into the early hours of Wednesday.

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The East Midlands will see Derbyshire, Leicester, Leicestershire Northamptonshire and Rutland affected.

In eastern England, Bedford, Cambridgeshire, Central Bedfordshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Luton, Norfolk, Peterborough and Suffolk should see the fog.

In London and the south-east of England, fog will be present in Buckinghamshire.

Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire and West Berkshire, as well as in the southwest, Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, Gloucestershire, North Somerset, Somerset, South Gloucestershire, Swindon and Wiltshire.

Wales sees fog in Caerphilly, Cardiff, Monmouthshire, Newport, Torfaen and Vale of Glamorgan.

The Met Office adds: “Patches of fog are expected to form Tuesday evening, becoming dense and frozen in places at dawn on Wednesday, particularly in the river valleys with visibility at times below 100 meters.


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