Eastern Scotland/England snow threat ahead of slightly milder air

The northerly continues to chill the UK but it’s nothing unusual for the time of year in all honesty. Today is cool, especially in the breeze but Thursday looks coldest with UK-wide temperatures in the 2-4C range following a widespread frost to start the day.

-6 or -7C possible in shelter tonight.

Credit: BBC Weather

Thursday into Friday looks interesting as winds turn NE and snow may become an issue for parts of eastern Scotland and England before we begin to see a wind shift back off the Atlantic.

GFS chart through the rest of this week. Note the north, then northeast then eventually northwest as Atlantic air rides the northern flank of the high into the UK.

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

Slight rise in temperature during Friday into Saturday and Sunday.

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

Bigger blast of snow and cold next week?

Check this out… More in tomorrow’s video!

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