#AceNewsReport – Jan.15: The snow charts, by Netweather, which look at the risk of snowfall, warns of a likely chance of the white stuff hitting on January 28: The snow appears to sweep in a southeasterly direction from the north, before whipping right across the majority of the country: The charts appear to show the northeast of the UK hit first, with North East England, Northern Ireland and Wales, particularly over high ground, in the firing line.
Next, the risk of snow appears to whip across eastern parts of Britain, with much of Scotland still likely to be hit on 29 January, the chart suggests: Snow charts by WxCharts, which look at the probability of snowfall, appears to support the long-range predictions of the UK being hit by snow on Tuesday, January 28 and Wednesday, January 29: But, the WxCharts suggest the risk of snowfall during this period is less likely.
The Met Office’s long-range forecast from Monday, 27, January to Monday, 10, February, warns snow “could fall to lower levels at times” during bitterly cold interludes:
UK snow forecast: Charts show risk of snow increase on January 28 (Image: NETWEATHER)
It reads: “Through the end of January into February, we are likely to have higher pressure across the UK than during previous weeks.
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