Weather experts have predicted when the UK can expect to see snow as temperatures are expected to drop to around -11C next week.
WXCharts show that mercury could fall as low as -7C to -11C in the week of 23 November with the coldest conditions in northern Scotland.
However, cities as far south as Brighton have been predicted to see minus degrees by November 27, according to weather maps.
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From November 24, places like the Grampians and the highlands can expect to see snow – before moving down into the country in the coming days, the Mirror reports.
By the end of the month, it is likely to cover parts of northern England and northern Wales.
There has not yet been a strong indication of chances of snow in the southwest.
Oliver Claydon, Met Office, told Express: “Long models show there’s a chance things will get a little colder by the middle of next week.
“The uncertainty is hinged around an area of high pressure, if it is further west, it could pull a chance of snow from the north.”
James Madden, weather forecast for Exact Weather, told Expressen: “The cold is likely to win out before the end of November, giving an early taste of winter and the risk of snow.
“Declining solar activity means that the chances are great for a ‘small ice age’ winter this year with remarkable periods of cold and snow.
“We have great confidence that the coldest and wintest conditions since December 2010 will develop towards the end of the year.
“It can cause extreme cold temperatures and periods of widespread snow.”
With Office five-day weather forecast
Mostly cloudy start over England and Wales with possible drizzle and light thick fog in the east and south. Sunny breaks further north and west before Scotland and Northern Ireland see rain followed by windy, heavy showers. Windy and colder.
Weakening rainstorms cross southern Britain followed by clearer conditions. Further north, windy showers, some heavy, especially for the north and west of Scotland, wintry on higher hills. Windy and cool here.
Showers in the north and west will slowly decrease, although they will be replaced by evening rain in the north-west of the UK. Further south, a predominantly dry day with sunshine. Slightly cooler and more windy.
Thursday to Saturday
Most regions are dry and very mild with varying, often large amounts of clouds. Rain in the extreme northwest fall falls further south on Saturday and gets colder from the north.
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