Met Office issues snow and ice warnings

The UK has weather warnings for snow and blizzards this week as temperatures could drop to -15 ° C.

Freezing conditions could be another reason for Britons to keep this lock indoors.

Snow, ice and rain are likely to affect Scotland, Northern Ireland and Northern England, according to the Met Office.

Britain faces snow and blizzards this week (Photo credit:

What can we expect from the UK weather this week?

In the meantime, a yellow weather warning has been issued in some places.

Conditions begin today (Feb. 1) in the north of the islands before leaving for the next three days.

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While rain is predicted on Wednesday, northern Scotland will continue to battle snow.

Chief Meteorologist Steven Ramsdale said: “We are seeing more weather fronts bringing rain and snow east and north across the UK.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning (Credit: Pexels)

“However, the main event in the forecast is a feature from late Monday evening that threatens to bring rain and some snow to much of the UK.

“Precipitation easily turns into snow or even freezing rain.”

Precipitation easily turns into snow or even freezing rain.

The Met Office predicts that the weather will affect “much of England and Wales north of the M4 corridor”.

The meteorologist continued, “The risk of freezing rain will pose an additional threat in parts of East Wales and the Midlands.”

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In addition, people have been warned about slipping on icy services.

There is also another risk of power outages and cellular coverage disruptions.

Fortunately, the weather may be drier next week.

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