UK weather: Snow may come earlier than expected as forecasters predicted flurries this month

Many Brits will cross their fingers for a white Christmas – but they could be getting a white Halloween if the weather forecasters are right.

Originally thought that the snow would not fall until the beginning of November, but now predicts that it may come in October.

Suggested by weather forecasters that snow could hit before October 31st.

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If the forecasters are right it might be time to start putting out winter coats and shoes because it will be a cold Halloween as the temperature drops.

WXCharts indicates that snow could fall in parts of the north on Oct. 24, reports BirminghamLive. Parts of the Scottish Highlands and borders could also see flurries on this date, according to the long -term forecast.

The Met Office’s forecast for this weekend reads: “Generally cloudy but remains mostly dry during Saturday, but there is a risk of strange light showers in the afternoon. The complex rain is sinking south overnight.”

Its outlook for next week reads: “Heavy rain in the south southeast of the Sun, with brighter skies. Different amounts of cloud for Monday with sunny spells. Thicker clouds and sticky rain will return on Tuesday. “

Bookmakers Coral has reduced the chances of a White Halloween and now offers odds of only 2/1.

As the frightening time approaches, many people are not into tricks or treatments – but they may need to give away their hats, scarves and gloves if they want to keep warm.

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