Met Office ‘danger to life’ warning for nearly ALL of UK as Eunice to bring 90mph winds

Snow to hit Wednesday

According to WXCharts, the white stuff is set to begin falling on Wednesday and will continue on into next week in northern parts of the UK.

According to the Met’s long-range forecast, the UK is set for an unsettled patch of weather.

The forecast says: “Looking to become increasingly unsettled through the start of this period, feeling cold with sunny spells and wintry showers to the north, while central and southern areas are expected to be cloudier with some rain, potentially heavy.

“Perhaps some disruptive winds accompanied by rain and short lived snow by the end of the week.

“Remaining changeable into the following week, in addition to possible spells of rain, some wintry, to the north, there is potential for heavy rainfall to the west and northwest.

“Strong winds likely to continue with a risk of gales across these areas, with severe gales along coastal regions.

“Temperatures generally around average, perhaps coldest to the north where some short lived cold spells could bring some brief periods of snow.”

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