Still good chance Brits will see Xmas Day snow, says expert
Meteorologist Annie Shuttleworth said the snow flurries could arrive earlier than December 27 – and there’s still a good chance some Brits will see snow on Saturday.
The white stuff could fall in parts of the UK as early as Thursday as temperatures plunge this week, according to one prediction.
Maps from WXCharts show snow and rain sweeping into Scotland on December 23.
The band of snow gradually moves south, blanketing parts of the north of England, and much of the Midlands and north Wales on Christmas Day, according to the maps.
Those living in Newcastle, Leeds, Manchester, Stoke, Liverpool, Birmingham, and parts of north Wales could see the white stuff falling by 6pm on the big day.