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Dramatic climate maps present an east-west divide because the UK shall be hit by a 400-mile snow bomb later this week.

The climate maps from WXCharts present that Scotland and components of western England and Wales shall be hit by extreme climate in early March.

This implies that cities reminiscent of Edinburgh, Inverness, and Aberdeen will see snow, however locations reminiscent of Cardiff, and Plymouth will both be dry or see heavy rain as a substitute.

London, the south, and south east are unlikely to see snow however will expertise low temperatures. While in seaside cities and cities – reminiscent of Brighton, Newhaven, and Chichester – temperatures will drop under zero.

Further west, the Cornish city of Falmouth shall be barely hotter with temperatures approaching a relatively gentle 5 levels.

The additional north folks journey, the colder it would get because the Scottish Highlands sees temperatures plummet nearer to minus 10.

On whether or not widespread snow may hit the UK after March 1, the Met Office mentioned there was a really low chance of snow falling exterior of the Scottish Highlands.

Spokesperson Graham Madge informed Express.co.uk: “Aside from the Scottish mountains, there isn’t robust potential for any snow till the latter a part of this week when a transfer to cooler circumstances offers a stronger sign for snow over excessive floor and the danger of in a single day frost in areas away from cloud.

As we enter March, temperatures are more likely to be barely under common, though any snowfall is more likely to be largely restricted to northern hills.

He added: “Further into the month, there is an increased chance of high pressure which would, in turn, increase the likelihood of prolonged drier spells and slightly colder than average conditions.”

Met Office five-day climate forecast

This Evening and Tonight:

Winds proceed to ease within the south this night, giving a largely dry night time with clear spells. Widespread frost forming with mist and fog patches. Rain arriving within the far northwest and winds strengthening later.


Any mist and fog patches quickly clearing as rain and cloud sinks southeast via the day, although weaken because it goes. Sunny spells and blustery showers observe behind.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Dry to start out on Wednesday with additional rain arriving from the west, turning heavy at instances via Thursday. Remaining chilly and unsettled for Friday.