UK weather – More snow on way as freezing fog smothers South in -2C CHILLER

UK weather – More snow on way as freezing fog smothers South in -2C CHILLER

MORE snow is on its way as freezing fog smothers the South of the country as temperatures drop to -2C.

The Met Office have also forecasted that parts of the North are due to see even more snow from Wednesday onwards.

The minimum temperature in the UK is set to drop to -2C tonight with the far north of Scotland and rural parts of the southeast feeling the worst of the weather.

Marham, Norfolk saw temperatures plummet to -1.3C during the night.

However, there may be some sunny spells with maximum temperatures across the country reaching highs of 8C during the day.

The UK braced itself for ice and freezing fog on Sunday as temperatures plunged to -7C on Saturday night.

The Met Office have warned that heavy rain and melting snow may bring flooding and disruption for parts of Scotland.

The Shetland Islands in Orkney & Shetland are likely to see snow showers become heavier through Sunday. 

A yellow weather warning was issued due to heavy snowfall across Shetland.

Saturday nights snowfall is making conditions dangerous ice continues to build up in the northeast.

The cold air is also set to cause a risk of hill snow on Wednesday in some parts of the north. 

Both England and Northern Ireland recorded their lowest overnight minimum temperature of the 2020-21 winter so far on Saturday as northern England in Redesdale, Northumberland saw numbers drop to -11.4C. 

Temperatures plummeted to -11.9C in Scotland as Eskdalemuir saw the worst of the weather. 

There’s potential for wet and wintry spells, bringing temperatures down for Northern parts of England and bringing freezing fog patches in the South. 

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