Ok so the usual heard it all before etc etc will no doubt take over the comments section, But for those in the areas at risk lets take a look when and potentially how much.
As we head in to tomorrow evening an area of low pressure is set to move across the UK bumping in to all that cold air that has had us all shivering for the past few days.
As it does so we will see rain readily turn to snow for the places that are shown within the band of pink (Snow).
And without wanting to blow our own trumpet the areas shown seem very similar to those that we mentioned were at risk two weeks ago (Ok apart from Northern Ireland).
So will we see settling snow?
For many within the area highlighted we will only see a temporary covering at best due to very marginal ground temperatures. However the further north you go or higher altitude you have then the potential is there for between 5-10cms with the very highest ground in both England & Scotland seeing in excess of 20cms!
This could be the first of many snowfalls this winter as experts such as the guys at the UK Met Office are predicting there is an increased chance for a colder than average winter.
We wait to see…