Snow could fall in the UK in two weeks, according to forecaster James Madden
Brits could see snow fall across some parts of the country in just two weeks time, according to a forecaster.
This could bring with it wintery conditions, including low temperatures, ice and potentially snow.
‘Significant dumps of snow’ are possible ‘across higher ground in the north from mid November,’ he said.
‘It is now increasingly likely that we will see at least 1-2 notable wintry blasts from late November and into the first half of December, but it may turn milder or much milder later,’ Mr Madden explained.
Currently the Met Office has not forecast snow for later this month or early December, instead predicting ‘unsettled conditions’ with ‘further rain and showers’ for much of the country.
Meanwhile, the UK, which is still reeling from storms Ciarán and Domingos, could be hit by four more Atlantic storms in the coming days.
Waves crashing over the promenade in Folkestone, Kent, on Thursday as Storm Ciarán brought high winds and heavy rain (Picture: PA)
A new 700 mile-wide stormy system is due to reach our shores Tuesday night and Wednesday, with the west most affected.
A second on Thursday could see gusts up to 70mph on north-west coasts, with rain for many.
Next weekend, Remembrance events face wet and windy conditions from another tempest affecting most regions into Sunday, with the Met Office warning of gales in this period.
Finally, a fourth Atlantic buffeting is due next Tuesday.
A tractor drives through a flooded and a car lies abandoned in Essex on Friday after Storm Ciarán (Picture: Stephen Huntley/HVC)
BBC Weather said: ‘We could be in for rather stormy periods, with risks of disruption from heavy rain or strong winds.
‘The next couple of weeks will see a disturbed weather pattern affecting the UK.
‘Low pressure in the Atlantic will drive a series of fronts bringing periods of wind and rain to all regions.’
Almost 200 flood warnings and alerts were still in place today after Storm Domingos brought Guy Fawkes weekend floods.
Bookmakers Coral cut odds on November being the wettest on record to 1/2 odds-on, after parts saw quadruple the normal October rainfall.
‘Significant dumps of snow’ are possible in some parts of the country, he said.