UK weather: New map shows exact time huge wall of snow will head towards London

Some parts of the capital have already got the first sight of snow.

With temperatures dropping again this week, we can expect some more and it’s not far away at all.

WXCharts, a weather forecast website, has predicted the exact time a blanket of snow will head towards the capital.

At 3am tomorrow morning temperatures are set to drop and snow is predicted to fall.

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The huge wall is approaching London from the West and is likely to hit London’s western suburbs.

The snow forecast is illustrate in purple

However, if the predictions are correct then rain is to follow shortly afterwards which means sleet is likely.

Some Londoners woke up this morning to a layer of snow, with people from West, Central and South London sharing images on social media.

It’s unclear whether the wall of snow that is forecast for tomorrow will cover the whole of London but by 6am the snow appears to move in a northeast direction towards Norwich.

However, the forecast from the Met Office makes no predictions of snow.

According to their predictions tonight will be initially cold, but becoming slightly milder through the second half of the night as clouds and outbreaks of rain spread in from the west.

However they do predict minimum Temperature 0 °C – perfect for snow.

The Met Offices prediction for tomorrow are: “Outbreaks of rain and drizzle clearing southeastwards, though further rain likely in the southwest later. Brighter in the north with a few showers for northern and western Scotland. Feeling milder.”

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