Exact date snow to hit next week as experts warn of 'little ice age' 2 months ago

Exact date snow to hit next week as experts warn of 'little ice age'

Get your shovels because snow is coming, baby!

Just like Game of Thrones, winter is coming in weeks, and temperatures could plunge to around -11C as snow hits UK soil.


Though November has been very 'meh' until now, with small bouts of sunshine breaking up the dreary grey, you might need a snowplough by the end of next week.

By the end of next week, freezing arctic winds will wrap their icy arms around the UK, with the coldest conditions obviously in the far north of Scotland.

It is believed that the temperature could drop as low as -7C to -11C during the week beginning November 23.

For those of you living in Scotland, you could see snowfall from Sunday, while the rest of the country should see white as the week draws on.

According to weather agencies, regions as far south as Brighton could see sub-zero temperatures by November 27,

Oliver Claydon, Met Office, told the Express: "Long-lead models are showing there is a chance for things to turn a bit colder in the middle of next "eek.


"Uncertainty is hinged around an area of high pressures it's further to the west then it could pull a chance of snow from the North."

Similarly, James Madden from Exact Weather also told the Express: "The cold is likely to win out before the end of November bringing an early taste of winter and the risk of snow.

"Waning solar activity means chances are high for a 'little ice age' winter this year with notable periods of cold and snow.

"We have high confidence for the most cold and wintry conditions since December 2010 developing towards the end of the year."

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