Early Spring Snow

Earlier this week the spring weather looked promising but now a cold blast of snow has returned from the east.

During Saturday, we expect snow showers to affect parts of Northeast, East and Southeast England down to sea level with patchy accumulations in places, especially where showers converge and become better organised. At the moment, we expect this across parts of Lincolnshire, Norfolk and regions around the Thames Estuary.

During Sunday we expect more widespread snow showers to develop across parts of Southeast, Central and Southern England as well as parts of East Ireland. There remains a low/moderate risk of heavier snow developing for a time across parts of Southern England on Sunday morning with accumulations of 1-5cm, perhaps higher across parts of the North/South Downs and High Weald areas.

A significant wind chill will develop across much of England and Wales on Saturday and Sunday with overnight penetrating ground frosts and ice on untreated surfaces.

Early Spring Snow

Early Spring Snow

Early Spring Snow

10 Comments CherryPie on Mar 17th 2018

10 Responses to “The Beast from the East Returns!”

  1. We still have patchy snow in North Idaho. It was a nice clear day.
    Coffee is on

  2. The Yum List says:

    Ooh, I’ve heard it is hitting many places in the north. Sending you some warm thoughts from sunny Malaysia.

  3. Ayush Basu says:

    beast from the east does have a chilly sound to it, CP. stay warm.

  4. I just planted some sword lilies and dwarf lilies last week. :(
    I hope they won’t die.
    The previous Beast killed most of geraniums :(