According to forecasters quoted by the Daily Express newspaper our weather is all about to change with a late-November freeze on the way.
Piers Corbyn, forecaster for WeatherAction, said
“Apart from some cold snaps the first half of November is looking relatively average for the time of year with some milder periods.
“However during the second half of the month there is a greater risk of things tuning much colder and this will bring a greater threat of snow. “Scotland and the far north will get the coldest conditions with Artic winds bringing low temperatures, dipping possibly to -10C or below.”
James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, said Britain is about to feel the “first real taste of winter”.
“We are now in the cusp of a weather pattern change bringing a gradual transition to potentially widespread wintry conditions across the country.
“The first real taste of winter is still around the corner and towards the middle part of November we can expect some more widespread snow showers.”
With just seven weeks to go until Christmas bookies have already started slashing the odds on festive snow. Ladbrokes is offering 5-6, down from 2-1, for a dusting on the big day with 4-1 on November being the coldest on record.
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Source: Daily Express Newspaper