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The Met Office has warned that the UK is set to be hit by “organised bands of snow” in just a few weeks time.
For most of the first two months of 2023, the population of the UK has been battling a mixture of freezing temperatures, heavy rain, snow storms and more.
And it has now been confirmed that the mad weather systems will not be stopping any time soon as experts from the Met Office has said that in the 10 days from Monday (March 6), we'll be hit with snow in more areas due to a cold and windy weather system coming from the north.
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The newly update forecast sates: “This will most likely result in wintry showers across northern and eastern areas, these turning to more organised bands of snow at times.
"Under this regime, many other areas are likely to remain dry with some sunshine, the best of this across inland areas and in the south and west of the UK.
“During the later part of the period confidence decreases significantly, however there is a risk of some milder and wetter weather pushing into the south from the Atlantic, meaning spells of rain will become more likely across the country.”
But that's not all, because the weather becomes even more chaotic just a week later.
From Wednesday, March 15, we'll be hit with more rain and snow.
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“During the later part of the period confidence decreases significantly, however there is a risk of some milder and wetter weather pushing into the south from the Atlantic, meaning spells of rain will become more likely across the country,” the add.
“Temperatures overall will be below average but may gradually trend up through the period.
"It's likely to be drier further north apart from occasional late season wintry showers, while with rain and strong winds are likely in the south.
“These milder conditions may extend north at times, but it's likely that the cold weather will then extend south to all parts through late March, bringing drier conditions to many western regions."
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