Met Office confirms exact date snow will hit – but only after thunderstorms

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The Brits are set to be battered by thunderstorms and gusts of 50 mph before the snow falls.

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The Met Office has pinpointed exactly when the white stuff is due, and it’s expected to stay cool until Halloween.

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The cold snap is tipped to last until Halloween, with hail and rain on an arctic chill.
Tomorrow is going to be stormy for many people with strong winds

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Tomorrow is going to be stormy for many people with strong windscredit: Dave Nelson

The first snowfall for the country is on Thursday, but thankfully for many of us, we will be unaffected by the headaches that snowfall can cause.

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Meteorological Office forecaster Annie Shuttleworth explained: “Wednesday night we will see a further southward move through Britain, and that could bring some snow.

“But it is confined to the high ground in Scotland. For most of us we will see rain on that front.”

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According to the Meteorological Office, there will be heavy rain, thunder and strong winds on our coast tomorrow.

“Wales, the south west and central parts of England will receive potentially heavy rain and thundershowers from tomorrow morning to around noon,” Annie said.

The weather agency has warned that businesses and homes could be flooded and damage could be caused by floodwaters, lightning, hail or strong winds.

“It will start raining when people are driving so we are urging people to be careful.”

Traffic chaos has also been eased after warnings that falling trees could block roads and cancel public services.

The cold snap is tipped to last until Halloween, with hail and rain on an arctic chill.

The long-range weather forecast of the Meteorological Department said that the temperature is likely to drop next week.

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And the Met Office’s meteorologist Sarah Kent said the likelihood of rural frost was rising on Thursday as Britain prepares for a winter chill.

He said: “If you’re mountaineering don’t be surprised if you get cold weather.”

According to WXCharts, up to half a foot of snow could fall in Cairngorms, Scotland, on Thursday.

The weather site also predicts snow in parts of northern England, including the Pennines and possibly the Yorkshire Dales.

This week’s volatile weather is likely to last until the end of October across the UK.

Cold weather is going on and Meteorological Department has warned of stormy conditions

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Cold weather is going on and Meteorological Department has warned of stormy conditions
the weather will continue till halloween

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the weather will continue till halloweencredit: Alamy

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