The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a warning about A chance of snow in some parts of the UK starting from midnight. The truth is that temperatures are about to drop after a few days of very cold weather. A record 16.3 degrees were recorded in some areas on New Year’s Day, although some areas of England and Wales were hit by storms and winds of up to 80 kilometers per hour. Meteorologist Simon Partridge has warned that this turn of bad weather will continue into the first week of 2022.
Snow is likely to be recorded in Scotland
it is expected that Daytime temperatures drop to 4-6 degrees in Scotland For Tuesday, while in Southern half of the United Kingdom They will be 8-9 degrees Celsius. However, the force of the wind would make it even colder. fields Northern Scotland They are on yellow alert for strong hurricane winds and heavy snowfall from midnight today until 6 a.m. Wednesday.
“The combination of blizzards and storms is the reason we issued the warning,” Partridge said. Bus, ferry and train services may be affected, with long journeys or even cancellations.
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Met Office January 3, 2022
The Bureau of Meteorology’s warning read: “Frequently expected snow showers And strong winds will blow on Tuesday, which will make it possible to interrupt travel, especially on the higher roads.
Angus, Grampian, Highlands and Elian Sayar, as well as Orkney and Shetland are some of the areas that can be affected.