Brits to brace for -7C Arctic blast
The recent Arctic blast sweeping the nation has brought some of the coldest nights of winter, and there are more cold days, and even snow predicted in the coming week.
The UK shivered in sub-zero temperatures over the weekend, as Wales recorded its coldest night of the winter at -6C, with parts of England dropping to -7C.
The Met Office said: “Last night was the coldest night of the Winter so far for Wales, with Sennybridge recording a low of -6.0 °C during the early hours of Friday.”
The Met Office is warning of ‘severe frost’ and icy conditions for Monday, January 24, with the deep freeze continuing to settle across England and Wales.
And forecasters are now suggesting that Scotland and the Northeast of England could see snow from this Thursday, January 27.
Met Office forecaster Clare Nasir said: “There will be Arctic air streaming down from the north delivering snow showers, particularly in the far north-east of the country.”