UK weather warning: Terrifying snowbomb to hit as Storm Corrie poised to cause mayhem

UK weather: Met Office forecasts low temperatures

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According to charts, parts of northern England and Scotland will see a deluge on December 27. Such is the heavy band of weather expected to sweep in from the Atlantic, charts predict Scotland may see over 3cm of snow an hour on December 27. Snow depth graphs from WXCharts show Scotland receiving up to 10cm the Monday after Christmas.

However, the Northeast of England may experience up to 8cm of snow, charts show.

Other parts of England will also see a small sprinkling of snow but in Wales, there could be as much as 8cm on December 27.

The Met Office said between December 22-31 said: “Towards the middle of this period the threat of rain or wintery conditions increases, particularly towards the south and southwest. “

Such is the severe weather pattern expected to hit the UK, forecasters have warned another storm may hit the country.

British Weather Services meteorologist Jim Dale said the UK is on course for one final storm of 2021.

He told The Sun: “We are expecting one more major storm this month which will set the trend for coming months.

“We expect five to six storms to hit through the winter period which could be severe enough to warrant naming.”

If a new storm materialises it will likely be called Storm Corrie, and will come after Storm Barra and Arwen battered the country this year.

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Progressing through December 27, conditions are expected to worsen for parts of England.

Manchester is expected to reach rain levels approaching 5cm per hour.

In Wales, however, charts show rain levels exceeding 5cm an hour in the afternoon.

Due to these poor conditions, temperatures may fall to 0C for large parts of southern England.


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In the north of England and Scotland, the mercury will range between -2 to -4C on December 27.

The Met Office concludes: “A cloudy start to this period but remaining generally dry with just some light rain possible in north Scotland.

“This dry weather continues for a time with variable cloud cover across most of the nation, although occasional showers may be possible for north and eastern coastal regions.

“During this time some stronger winds are possible, although these are likely to be confined to southern regions.

“Temperatures likely to be rather cold with overnight frosts and increased risk of fog.

“Settled conditions however are likely to remain through the last few days of the year with a continued risk of frost and fog.”

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