UK weather: Britain urged to prop for 'one of a coldest weeks of this winter so far'

Around 1-3cm of sleet could amass inland, especially over hills above 100 metres.

Mr Snell pronounced a operative week would start on a “bitterly cold” note, with a bulk of a race waking adult to temperatures between 0C to reduction 2C (32-28.4F)

The mercury could plunge as low as reduction 7C (19.4F) in easeful tools of Scotland and spots many disposed to a cold in a Midlands and Wales.

Then, between 9pm on Monday and 3pm on Tuesday, there is a serve possibility of sleet and ice for a north of England, northern Ireland, north Wales and Scotland.

A spell of rain, sleet and increasingly sleet will pierce easterly opposite a UK, gradually weakening opposite England and Wales.

Mr Snell added: “Quite a lot of a UK will see some sleet as we conduct by Tuesday though as it ventures into a Midlands, south-west England and eventually after in a day opposite south-east England, it’s only going to be a few flakes of snow.

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