UK weather forecast: Britain set to be battered by rain and strong winds as Atlantic blast strikes – how will YOU be affected?
BRITAIN is braced for an Atlantic blast next week as strong winds and heavy rain blow in across the nation.
Milder air from the West will raise temperatures after a chilling week – but showers and howling gales will follow.
Graphic showing the downpours set to drench Britain next Tuesday as milder air rolls in from the AtlanticVentusky
The blustery blast comes after flood warnings were issued for the south coast of England earlier today.
Yellow weather warnings were put in place from Bournemouth to Plymouth, along with forecasts of hail storms.
Below freezing temperatures were recorded in south east England, in Oxfordshire, dipping to -6.7C.
And if the chill persists then 2018 could turn out to have the UK’s chilliest winter in eight years.
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Heavy rains will sweep across Britain on Tuesday next week
Western areas of the North of the UK will be particularly wet and windy
Whereas central and more easterly regions of the South will see the worst of the inclement weather
Wet and wild weather will follow the freeze gripping the nation this weekAlamy Live News
Powerful winds will whip the West of the UK midweekMet Office
PA:Press Association The UK is set to sit in a ‘battleground’ of snowy conditions in the coming weeks, forecasters say[/caption]
Meteorologists say a “battleground scenario” will play out over the next few weeks with snowfall coming and going until Christmas day.
The predictions give hope to Brits dreaming of a White Christmas this year.
Heavy snow dumps froze the northern parts of the UK this week with inches covering the hills of the Peak District in Derbyshire.
But now experts predict an unusually cold winter is brewing as the rain clouds leave.
London News Pictures A car drives past Britain’s highest pub, the Tan Hill Inn that sits at 1732ft above sea level on the Pennine Way in North Yorkshire, in heavy snow[/caption]
Eleanor Bell, principal meteorologist for the Weather Company, told The Sun Online: “We expect this winter to be different to the last seven milder winters we have had, with an increased risk for colder intrusions across the northern half of Europe and below normal temperatures through January and February.
“A cold start to next week is expected with temperatures slightly below normal for the time of year in an east/north-easterly breeze.
“It will turn more unsettled from the west on Tuesday after a frosty start.
“Low pressure will continue to dominate the weather for the remainder of the week with a windier and wetter outlook and temperatures lifting into double figures again (10/11C), slightly above normal for the time of year.”
Twitter/@Thoiban_M Parts of the UK were covered in snow this week and more is coming next week[/caption]
Rick Findler A dog walker trudging through a frozen Richmond park, southwest London, yesterday[/caption]
John Hammond, chief meteorologist for Weathertrending, said snow will accompany the cold snap.
He told The Sun Online: “The weather next week remains on a ‘knife-edge’.
“Mild southwesterlies will try to remove cold northeasterlies. Where the two collide, something’s got to give.
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“It looks likely that as rain spreads across the UK from midweek, we could well see a period of snow. This is most likely across the hills of northern and eastern Britain, but there may be some to lower levels for a time.
“Milder weather will reach many southern areas by the end of the week, but further north it’s much less certain.
“We do think that next week’s ‘battleground’ scenario could recur several times in the weeks ahead, giving the potential for further snowfalls in the run-up to Christmas.”
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