Big freeze and SNOW to hit soon
Brits will face snow during a bone-chilling -11C big freeze – days after the warmest New Year’s Eve on record.
By January 4, even those living as far south as the Isle of Wight could see temperatures as low as -7C.
Forecasters have warned of a “topsy-turvy” week as the mercury rockets up and down, meaning there could be another 25 days of snow to come this winter.
Leon Brown, head of meteorological operations at The Weather Company’s Weather Channel arm, said: “Northern England and Scotland are forecast 20 to 25 more days with snow and ice disruption this winter, with 10 to 15 more days with impacts in the south.
“Later in January has potential for cold conditions, with a longer cold spell possible in February, and -12C is likely.”