SPRING’S balmy weather will vanish in the coming days to be replaced by a 2,000 mile wide ‘Arctic Dome’ of cold air, the Met Office warns.
After the first signs of spring over the weekend, the weather will turn colder again starting from Wednesday, forecasters have warned.
The mercury will plummet with Scotland, Northumberland, Cumbria, Liverpool and Manchester all set to see snow, according to Netweather.
It has predicted a 30 to 85 per cent chance of the white stuff, with temperatures in the South East reaching between -3C and -5C.
London, Bath and Kent could also see white showers, forecasters have warned.
It comes as the Met Office said today will be a “fine but cloudy day for many with some drizzle on coasts and hills in the west”.
It will be “a cold start with a little fog in the south but some sunshine by day”.
Heavy rain and gales in the northwest can be expected later.
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Source: The Sun
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