The latest charts are showing a massive wall of snow heading straight for the capital. According to forecaster WX Charts, Sunday, February 19, will see the capital potentially hit with the blast of snow, with temperatures set to plummet.
The snow wall will be making its way eastwards from Ireland, to Wales, to Bristol, and then it appears to be heading straight to London. Flights and roads may be affected, so check well in advance before leaving as you may have to rebook.
However if the blast is significant enough to stop flights, then you should receive a warning email from your airline. Despite Spring being on the horizon, it’s not time to put the parkas away quite yet. London’s upcoming weather forecast can be found below.
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According to The Met Office, today will see ‘early frost and freezing fog patches may be slow to clear through the morning. Otherwise, a dry day with lengthy sunny spells once the fog has cleared. Light winds. Maximum temperature 8C’.
It will be ‘dry overnight, with lengthy clear spells leading to another widespread frost and freezing fog patches developing once again. Winds light. Minimum temperature -5C’.
Tomorrow (February 8) will be equally as cold. There will be ‘early frost and freezing fog patches will once again be slow to clear through the morning. Then another dry day with lengthy sunny spells once the fog has cleared. Maximum temperature 7C’.
The elements will be picking up slightly between Friday (February 9) and Sunday (February 11). There will be ‘early light rain clearing during Thursday morning, then dry with sunny spells. Becoming more cloudy Friday and Saturday, but mostly dry. Some overnight freezing fog patches possible’.
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