PARTS of the UK are set to be blasted with nearly eight inches of snow tomorrow as the Met Office issued a “severe” weather warning for ice.
Winter is back with a vengeance after a milder weekend, when temperatures reached the low teens after days of miserable wind and rain.
But the respite won’t last long, with a week of frost, freezing temperatures and torrential rain ahead.
From this morning a Met Office yellow icy weather warning is in place for Scotland and parts of northern England, amid concern over potential “hazardous” conditions.
5-day forecast from TheSun
Cold with sunny spells and a few showers in the north. A spell of rain, some heavy, will quickly move east across Wales and central parts of England, with some heavy showers to the south. Breezy and mild in south.
Further showers are likely across some northern and western parts overnight, mainly on coasts and hills. Clear spells elsewhere, leading to a fairly widespread frost. Some fog patches are possible.
A cold, bright and frosty start, with some fog patches. Further showers in the north, mainly on coasts. Cloud increasing from the southwest, with persistent rain arriving later.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Rain moving east across England and Wales on Wednesday, with some snow possible on northern hills. Further spells of wet and very windy weather are likely later in the week.
Source: Met Office