Several Parts Of UK Likely To See 1st ‘White New Year’ Since 2010

Written by on December 29, 2020 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

The cold northerly flow continues to bring a snow and ice risk to many parts of the UK. Many woke to snow yesterday, more woke to snow this morning and with not one but two further waves riding the ‘reinforced cold flow’, we see further accumulating snow risks all the way to sea level across Scotland.

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Colder 850s push in from the north tomorrow.

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Tomorrow, further accumulating snow should fall widely across Northern Scotland.

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Snowdepth (current)

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By tomorrow evening.

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As winds veer more northeasterly on Hogmanay, so the focus of heavy snow turns to the east of Scotland extending into Northern England.

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Snowdepth (Wed eve)

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Thur eve

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It’s not just Scotland but England too sees further snow.

The models aren’t particularly impressive when it comes to the south but a relatively a couple of features sliding in off the Atlantic should bring further snow to parts of southern/central England and Wales including higher elevations surrounding Greater London.

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