Cold winds from the east set to send temperatures plummeting across UK
- Author: Israel Montgomery Feb 24, 2018,
Feb 24, 2018, 7:04
During the day on Monday, temperatures of 1°C (33.8°F) and 2°C (35.6°F) are expected across much of the country, while Northern Ireland will escape the worst of the cold due to its western position.
It will be a case of keeping the woolly hats and scarves on standby, with Met Eireann warning that there could be heavy snowfall with temperatures expected to drop as low as -4C.
Some rural communities could become cut off.
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"The air cools and moisture turns to snow, we are expecting this effect from Monday".
The Met Office also said there could be some frosty nights, and warned that into next week even colder air from Russian Federation could move across the country.
The Met Office Chief Forecaster's assessment adds: "There is a lot of uncertainty in the extent and timing of snow during Tuesday".
It will be "exceptionally cold."
Freezing rain expected to make Monday morning hard
Rain is likely Saturday afternoon with a high near 41, then the rain could be joined by snow at night. Sean Reilly, city spokesman for Overland Park, said road crews reported to work at 4 a.m.
Snow is expected mostly in eastern areas, with snow set to accumulate in some parts.
Sunday will be most sunny and dry with a high of around 6C.
"Top temperatures of just 5C to 8C, coldest in the east and north". One or two light showers are also possible, mainly in the east, and perhaps wintry at times.
Following sunny spells over the weekend, the Arctic front will dominate from tomorrow night. With the easterly breeze remaining brisk throughout, there will be a notable wind chill.
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"There is the potential for locally five to 10cm of snow across eastern parts however where showers become more organised there may be more widespread snow cover". There will be some further sleet and snow, but it doesn't look to be extensive.