Met Office says northeast and North Yorkshire could be hit by snow – archyde

The Met bureau said early next month that there is “danger of snow and ice” in the northeast as it publishes the weather forecast.

According to the forecast between Thursday, December 7th and Tuesday, December 21st, rainy periods and strong winds are also likely to hit the region, as colder periods are likely.

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However, WXCharts was already predicting snow by the end of this month, starting on November 28th.

The weather forecast predicted up to 2 inches of snow between Sunday, November 28th and Monday, November 30th.

The forecaster also predicts more snow early next month, with much of the northeast and North Yorkshire covered.

Net weather also forecast snow for Nov. 28, with a 30 percent chance that snow will hit much of the area.

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The full Met Office forecast between Jan.

“In the north, periods of rain and possibly strong winds are likely, interrupted by showers and periods of calmer weather.

“In the south, the high pressure is likely to stay nearby, resulting in a lot of consistent and dry weather.

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“Temperatures will vary overall, with longer mild periods being interrupted by shorter, colder periods, with winter weather with a risk of snow and ice in the north also being possible. During clear, calm phases, night frost and fog are likely. ”

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