UK weather: Met office warning as thick fog will cause dangerous for driving

 Monday, November 15, 2021

freezing fog

The UK Met Office has issued a warning as thick fog could cause “dangerous driving conditions” across large parts of Britain.

It comes as forecasters say Britain will be hit with up to five days of snow as a Polar freeze sends temperatures plunging below zero later in the week.

According to the Met Office, fog is expected to affect East Midlands, North West England, South West England West Midlands, Wales, Yorkshire and Humber.

The Met Office has warned that the heavy fog might cause difficult, possibly dangerous, travel conditions. It is expected to clear through the morning while it will be rather cloudy across the country.

And while week will start on the warmer side with temperatures in the mid-teens, things will take a wintry turn by Wednesday.

The snow is expected to hit Scotland first, before making its way further south. The weather maps show the white stuff could well land in north-western Scotland on November 17. But snow could also fall in northern England, parts of Wales and East Anglia towards the end of the month.

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