Braemar’s -15.4C makes for Scotland’s coldest since 2010 while it’s snow going across S England, Wales

Written by on February 1, 2019 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

After dipping to -14.4C yesterday morning, Scotland and UK’s coldest since 2012 and only warming to -6.2C, the thermometer took a deeper dip last night to -15.4C which makes for Scotland’s coldest since 2010.

This morning’s lows


Meanwhile snow has caused headaches across southern Britain with motorway, airport and school closures as up to 20cm has fallen.

Met Office

Amber snow warning on the west side of Greater London.

BBC Weather

Another cold night tonight over the snowfields as skies clear after the showers of today. -12 or lower likely with coldest night of winter expected for southern Scotland, northern England.

While another system presents another snow threat Sunday, low pressure deepens south of Iceland next week and so we see milder SW winds.


BBC Weather


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