Snow, hail and ice are expected in parts of England and Scotland last week due to extreme weather changes. The cold changed the sun last week and the maximum temperature was 20 degrees Celsius, the maximum temperature across the UK on weekends will be around 10 degrees Celsius.
The Met Office is warning of yellow weather on the ice that covers most of eastern Scotland, north-east England and Yorkshire until 10am Thursday, noting that “snow and hail can cause icy surfaces, which could delay travel”.
A Met Office spokesperson warned that more weather warnings may be issued on Friday morning.
According to meteorologist Matt Box, there is currently a “cold air mass” in the UK: “There is an ice warning at this time. If something melts and freezes again at night, there is a risk of ice forming. I suspect there will be a danger Similar from Thursday night to Friday morning.
According to him, there will also be snow on Thursday evening and Friday morning.
“It will be concentrated and there will be snow,” he said. “In the eastern and northern parts of the UK it is more likely to rain, rain or snow.
Then at the weekend the weather will improve with sunny weather.
“The rain will be less frequent, but it will still be on the east coast and the North Sea coast, especially on Saturdays, with the potential for winter rains,” Box said. “There should also be plenty of sunshine, including periods of sunshine.”
And the municipalities issued, on Wednesday evening, before Thursday morning temperatures dropped to freezing, emergency protocols to deal with the sudden change. In Newcastle, North Tyneside and Gateshead, councils introduced strict emergency weather protocols on Wednesday night, which included services to help people who sleep irregularly stay safe.