Loads of Global Warming in the UK

Looks like loads of global warming is affecting the UK:

Snowfall will cause disruption across the country, the Met Office has warned, with freezing temperatures expected to last through the half term into March.

Up to four inches of snow is expected across the UK overnight on Sunday as a band of rain turns to snow.

Forecasters warned that the Midlands, East Anglia and parts of Wales will be worst affected, with the possibility of snowfall and icy roads in London as rush hour hits.

Thousands of gritters have been sent out and Network Rail is preparing trains for ice and snow. Sleet and snowfall around Heathrow and other major airports may cause disruption. 

A Met Office warning said: “Wet roads may well freeze for the Monday morning journey to work. Ice is likely to be a rush-hour hazard.”

Temperatures will be around 3C during the day, much colder than average, and freezing at night.

On the eastern hills of Scotland up to eight inches could fall over Sunday night and there will be blizzards on higher grounds. Roads could be closed in the Midlands and in the north.

Another band of rain from the west is likely to turn to snow on Wednesday, with more light flurries on Thursday and Friday before a mild spell over the weekend.

However it is expected to turn cold again next week and into half term.

Temperatures are expected to stay below 5C during the day and continue freezing at night.

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