The upcoming week is expected to be very unsettled, windy, wet with temperatures around average, however by Friday, cold air will filter southwards, the cold air will interact with a weather front on Friday/Saturday, which produces a risk of snow across central regions (Midlands). It will feel bitterly cold through the weekend with a roaring easterly wind, in places gale force. Day time temperatures will vary between 0°C in Scotland and +4°C in southern England, wind chill -5°C. UK Snow Watch:
Temperatures will be significantly below average with snow showers likely to pile into north eastern areas by Saturday, locally heavy with significant accumulation possible, more western parts like Cornwall may escape the worst, to begin with..
A weather front is expected to stall across the UK on Friday, and as the colder air digs into the weather system, some snow fall is possible, especially across central regions, further details will follow. In general turning bitterly cold over the weekend – with an increasing risk of SNOW showers, especially across central and eastern regions of the UK however