UK snow forecast: Exact dates snow will fall in your area over the next two weeks – maps
BBC Weather: Temperatures set to drop
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As we draw to the end of the first month of 2022, snow is forecast to return for parts of the UK with temperatures poised to dip further over the next fortnight. Many areas have already experienced wintry conditions at the start of the New Year. So where are the latest showers being predicted to fall within the British Isles?
Where will snow fall?
Between now and Sunday, January 30 WXCharts is not predicting any snow showers to fall within the British Isles.
However, before the month is out snow is forecast to make an appearance in northern parts of the UK.
On Monday, January 31, Netweather anticipates there is an 80 to 100 percent chance of snow falling within high ground areas of Scotland.
By midday, this could reach up to 10cm in depth for some parts and as the day progresses will start to spread further west to cities such as Inverness.
Northern sections of England – particularly the Pennines – could witness spells of snow on the same day but the likelihood of this happening largely ranges between 30 and 60 percent.
When we reach Tuesday, February 1 wintry conditions are predicted to intensify in the Scottish Highlands.
At this point the probability of snow falling is looking likely – once again between 80 and 100 percent in these areas – with the rest of the UK not predicted to experience any snow at this point.
Indeed, before the day is out snow depths of up to 20cm could be registered in places such as Fort William and the Isle of Skye.
Showers are expected to fall in their intensity by the time the day is out but will grow stronger again by 6am on Wednesday, February 2.
Snow falling in excess of 30cm is forecast to kick the day off, and by the time we reach midday showers are expected to spread further south although they will be less fierce.
Areas that can expect to receive up to five centimetres include Carlisle and Dumfries.
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Between February 3 and 4 snow spells will remain strongest in high ground areas of Scotland.
In fact, Netweather is forecasting a near 100 percent likelihood that snow will fall in the former region.
This snow risk falls slightly in southern parts of Scotland but will remain above a 55 percent prospect of falling.
On this date the potential for snow in central and southern England increases to around 70 to 80 percent in some areas, with a near 100 percent certainty of it falling in northern areas including Newcastle upon Tyne.
Saturday, February 5 is currently predicted to witness the most intense spells of snow during the first week of February.
Here, showers could range between 40 and 50cm deep in the Scottish Highlands, mimicking conditions that were seen over the Christmas period.
Snow is significantly likely to fall over these regions – according to the forecaster – with a 95 to 100 percent probability.
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