When the snow hits Britain, Met Office says the exact date with temperatures as low as -11 ° C. in advance

Yorkshire could face a major freeze this November, with forecasters predicting it is not far.

Parts of the country were hit by rain, flooding and strong winds earlier in the month, but temperatures remained mild.

Now, however, the Met Office has said freezing temperatures are on the way, along with the possibility of snowfalls.

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From November 14th there will be a significant decrease in mercury, reports Der Spiegel.

Bookies have cut the chances of this being the coldest November ever from 3: 1 to just 50: 4.

There could be snow in some parts of the UK on Wednesday
Yorkshire could see snow in a little over two weeks

Weather maps show that the risk of snow will increase next week.

There is a high chance of snow in Scotland on Wednesday 17th November and it is likely to hit north east England the next day.

Then the risk of snow in the east of the UK grows before the map suggests on November 20th that most of the UK will have a very high chance of snow. Worst hit are Scotland, Northern England and the Midlands.

Temperatures will have dropped as low as -6 ° C in parts of Scotland and could be around -1 ° C in southern England on November 18th.

It is predicted that by the early hours of the 21st

“We’re heading for a major freeze in November,” Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead told The Sun.

“It left us no choice but to significantly lower the likelihood of this month going into the record books as the coldest eleventh month of the year the UK has ever seen.”

The Met Office said there was likely to be a drop in temperatures early next week and then again at the end of the month.

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It says: “Especially in the north, it remains changeable and autumnal until the beginning of this period, since low pressure systems dominate, sometimes accompanied by rain and strong winds.

“Elsewhere it can rain sometimes, but drier and brighter conditions are more likely in the southern and southeastern regions, although it is likely to rain sometimes even here.

“A cold start to the period is likely to be followed by a brief rebound in temperatures before another likely downtrend later in the month. Later in the month there will also be an increasing likelihood of some winter conditions, mostly over the higher elevations to the north, but with a slight risk for lower levels. “

Today:

Some light phases in the south-east of England, otherwise cloudy in the central and southern area with rain and drizzle and a lot of mountain fog. Northern areas with sunny spells and some showers, mostly in the far north.

Low clouds, fog and mist in central and southern areas with some drizzle. Clear periods further north with patchy frost and fog, but heavy showers and storms in the far north.

Thursday:

Low clouds are slowly lifting, with some fog over the east of England until early afternoon, then sunny spells. Showers in the north, then rain and later strong wind from the northwest.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Windy with rains on Friday, strongest in the northwest. At the weekend cloudy in the east with a little drizzle, lighter in the west. Mild, later colder.

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