The warmest New Year’s Day on record will be supplemented this week by gusty winds and a shower ‘that give way to arctic air’, according to the Met Office.
NETWEATHER weather expert Nick Finnis warns Britons are facing the comeback of some cold weather
Slightly rain is expected later Monday in northern Scotland.
Meanwhile, Steve Ramsdale, chief predictor at the Met Office, said temperatures will be ‘significantly colder’ from Monday.
A yellow thunderstorm warnings for wind and snow were issued on Tuesday and Wednesday.
I would like the temperature to drop and even snow be falling in parts of my country.
Rain and snow are moving south from the north of Britain, with snow in Scotland to fall widely across the country overnight.
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Sunshine and blustery showers features in Monday's #4cast, however a change is under way as a band of cloud and rain edges south introducing #cold #Arctic air 🌡️📉 Showers falling increasingly as snow across the hills and mountains of the north during the day🌦️❄️🗻 pic.twitter.com/UaEUuLhGe0
— Met Office (@metoffice) January 2, 2022
Sunday will once again start #mild for all of us 📈
It'll also be breezy with some strong #winds developing in places, particularly around the coasts 🌬️
— Met Office (@metoffice) January 1, 2022