Exact date snow will hit London and UK as temperatures set to plummet 14C

Temperatures are set to plummet in the capital over the next week, as head towards sub zero readings with the potential of snow hitting the capital.

This week temperatures are set to plummet 14C and lows are set to reach 0C or -1C. The Mirror reported a 750-mile blizzard could stretch right down the country at the start of the week.

Netweather said that Friday February, 10 is the day to brace for snow. But there are no predictions of snow on Wxcharts just very cold weather across the country.

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The BBC is predicting sunny weather with low temperatures although highs will remain between 7C-9C for most of the week.

The Met Office is predicting a cold week for London with frost returning, they wrote: “Tuesday and Wednesday look dry with some sunny or clear spells, although fog and frost will return overnight. Cloudier with some light rain possible on Thursday.”

In their predictions for Thursday February 9 until Saturday February 18 they said: “On Thursday, cloud and rain are expected to move southeast, with clearer conditions ahead of this in the far south at first. A mixture of clear and sunny spells, with occasional wintry showers are expected in the far north, with a chance of rain later. For the rest of the period, settled conditions are expected to continue in many places, particularly in the south.

“As a result, dry conditions and sunny spells are likely, with a risk of overnight fog patches in the southeast. Changeable weather conditions, with cloud and outbreaks of rain and drizzle are expected in north, with strong winds and a risk of gales possible in north and northwest. Temperatures overall will be rather mild in the north and northwest, but closer to average in the south.

But Londoners will be pleased to know that the Met Office’s ‘headline’ for the week is: “A lot of fine weather over the next few days”.

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