THE UK is set to be gripped by a bitterly cold Arctic deep freeze with parts of the country smothered in continued heavy snow in early December as the horrific conditions cause chaos for millions of people.
Britain has been smashed by a barrage of snow and plunging temperatures this weekend as Storm Arwen whips up vicious gale-force winds of up to 100mph. The Met Office has issued several yellow warnings for ice as well as two for the UK on Monday as the freezing conditions cause havoc. Now the latest weather maps from WXCHARTS show a barrage of snow once again blanketing Britain early next month.
Around 4cm of snow is likely in an area of North West England, with the North East and Midlands also seeing a couple of centimetres.
This bitterly cold snap will continue into December 6, with deep snow forecast for north of the border and possibly the far north of England.null
Snow will continue to be a real threat throughout the course of that week when on December 10, up to 16cm of snow is once again forecast for an area of North West Scotland, with 11cm more centrally.