London weather: When London could see snow this winter

After much speculation about when it might arrive, parts of London saw its first brief sprinkling of snow fall over the weekend.

Unlike in some parts of the UK, the first snowfall in the capital was limited to a brief flurry which barely stuck on the ground and went unnoticed for many.

So how soon can London expect to see a significant falling of snow this winter, and how much will fall?

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According to AccuWeather, Londoners might expect to see snow by around mid December.

The long-term weather forecaster is expecting snow to fall once again on Monday, December 13.

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The outlook for the day is: “Considerable cloudiness; a bit of snow and rain at times in the morning followed by a shower in spots in the afternoon.”

Meanwhile, we can expect highs of nine degrees and lows of two degrees.

If you’re hoping to build a snowman you might have to hold out a bit longer, though, as AccuWeather is only anticipating around 0.4cm of snow to fall in the capital.

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