UK weather – live: Yellow weather warning issued as Met Office forecast return of snow
The Met Office issues a yellow weather warning in the UK, anticipating the return of snow. Stay updated for safety measures.
The Met Office issued a new weather warning for the weekend as the UK prepares for another bout of snow in the upcoming week. The yellow weather warning, applicable to western Scotland, is set from 6 pm on Sunday until 9 pm on Monday. Anticipated impacts include travel disruptions, power outages, and potential flooding. Weather experts predict snowfall in Scotland and possibly extending southward, attributing the cold air to the "Troll from Trondheim" originating in Norway.
Jim Dale, Senior Meteorological Consultant at British Weather Services, emphasized the ongoing winter, stating that colder conditions and snow are expected next week, affecting regions from Scotland to the northern and potentially southern parts of the UK.
The Met Office's extended forecast indicates the likelihood of hill snow during the weekend, with a possibility of colder conditions emerging in the second week of February. The warning underscores the need for preparedness as adverse weather conditions may lead to various disruptions. Residents are advised to stay informed about the changing weather patterns and take necessary precautions to mitigate potential challenges associated with the forecasted snowfall.