Published on : Wednesday, May 11, 2016
From Penzance in Cornwall to Kent in the south-east, from Wales to Aberystwyth; the toasty warm weather is being swept off by Atlantic air-flow. The Met officials specially warned the drivers to be cautious about the sleek and frosty roads. At present, there is no presence of any strong wind, which could keep people stuck under a heavy shower for a long time. Although rivers are not going to overflow, but the drains could get clogged by massive amount of water and snow. This can result in slow traffic flow in some places.
The weather is going to be replaced by the cool breeze from the Atlantic and the warmth is going to get pushed away towards Scotland for the entire week. By Thursday and Friday, Aberdeen and Nottingham is going to see a temperature drop up to 11C and the rural places around Newcastle are expected to experience a frosty weather. The southern corner of UK is going to face a 13C temperature while the south-west and London is hoping to experience a 19C, which dropped at least eight degrees lower overnight. In some corners of UK, the citizens are about to face temperature below freezing point.
Officials informed that Saturday and Sunday will be a little drier except for a little patchy shower near East Anglia and the south coast.