Index – Abroad – A snowstorm may hit England

The polar storm is expected to bring snow and icy winds to the UK as temperatures continue to drop.

According to the Meteorological Service, a strong cold air current is expected to cause uncertain weather after the mostly dry weekend.

However, wet and windy weather is expected in Scotland even earlier, on Thursday and Friday. lemon yellow warning not expired.

According to Jim Dale, chief meteorologist at the British Meteorological Service, dust storms are likely to be expected in some parts of the country due to inclement weather. Mirror.

Snowfall of up to one centimeter is expected in the cities between Manchester and Birmingham, and rise to at least two further north near Newcastle. There are some very light indications that some light showers may also affect rural and upland areas of North Wales.

The Bureau of Meteorology’s long-term weather forecast for November 15-November says conditions are likely to remain uncertain with more rain and rain, especially in the west, where winds can be strong at times.

Climate change has led to extreme weather conditions all over the world, Especially in England It can be felt in the summer On recorded hot days.

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