UK Cold Weather Forecast: Brits brace for freezing cool drop in form in the forms and savage rain | Weather report

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Throughout Thursday and Friday, the Meteorological Office issued weather warnings for heavy rains, which will be wet for many over the weekend. According to meteorologists and forecasters, cold weather is expected to begin in November across much of the UK, despite bad humid weather.

Marco Pedagna, media adviser to the Meteorological Office, told Express.co.uk that the mercury would drop after heavy rains over the weekend.

He said: ‘A slow downpour that has caused flooding in the north and west will gradually move east across Britain over the next 24 hours, followed by colder conditions, with bright and rainy after Friday.

“The weather forecast for the weekend is wet and sometimes very windy.

“Saturday will see extra rain first, leading to sun and rain, followed by rain and strong winds in all areas until Sunday.

“The combination of sun and rain will return next week, and the temperature is expected to be average or below average as the wind oscillates more in the north or northwest.”

UK Weather: Cold Temperatures Begin Over the Weekend (Image: WXCHARTS)

UK Weather: Meteorological Office -3C forecast for some parts of the country (Image: WXCHARTS)

WXCharts charts show record highs of 18C (64.4F) over the weekend, while Mercury fell to a seasonal high of 14C (57.2F) on Monday.

Wednesday is expected to be the coldest day of the week with temperatures as high as 13 ° C (55.4 F) in the Southeast, but temperatures are close to freezing across the UK.

Scotland and the north of England can see highs of 6C (42.8F) at noon, while the Highlands are slightly above zero with 2C (35.6F) of mercury.

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UK Weather: ‘Sun and Rain Mix Up Next Week’, says Marco Pedagna (Image: WXCHARTS)

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UK Weather: Ian Simpson, ‘There Will Be An Explosion In The North Midnight’ (Image: WXCHARTS)

The Met Office had earlier forecast snowfall in early November.

Temperatures across most of Scotland could drop to -3C, while other parts of the UK are expected to be slightly above freezing.

The Meteorological Office forecast for the first week of November said: “The risk of extreme winds lasting until the beginning of next week is low.

“After that, cold weather is expected due to the northwesterly winds, which may then move north.

“It will be unstable, where there will be prolonged rains and episodes of strong winds.

“As a result, temperatures will be moderate or low, and cold enough for snow in the Scottish Highlands.”

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Ian Simpson, a forecaster on Netweather.tv, said wet weather is expected throughout the week after this week’s rain.

He said: “On Sunday morning and afternoon we can see another rain zone spreading east of England, and slowly spreading north through Scotland, where there will be mostly lukewarm rain.

“The best weather with some widespread rain will continue from the west.

“Temperatures over the weekend are expected to be close to the seasonal average of 11-13 C in central, southern and southeastern England, and 8-10 C in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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“The trend of the weather being unstable and cold will continue early next week.

“There will be an explosion from the north in the middle of the week, which will bring dry and cold weather to most parts of the country, with plenty of sunshine.”

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In the second half of November, cold North Atlantic winds are expected to come from Greenland, causing temperatures to drop below average, the BBC weather forecast warned.

The forecast for the period November 8-21 states: “November-mid-November will be a time of change as high pressures gradually move towards Western Europe and the Atlantic, with low pressure tanks shifting to north-eastern Europe.

“During this change, the weather in the UK will be turbulent with temperatures near or below the average temperature in most places where the wind moves northwest.

“As we move into the second half of November, we hope the blockade will peak and continue west of us.

“This means that the northwest wind brings cool North Atlantic winds from Greenland, so the temperature should be below average.

“However, the weather nodes will be oriented towards the east, so it should be dry and calm.

“These conditions can cause overnight frosts, and any light rain that reaches northern Scotland will turn into winter in the mountains.”

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