Forecasters warn meteorological phenomenon This could lead to severe winter weather similar to the ‘Beast from the East’ storm that hit the UK in 2018 with 22 inches of snow.
There’s an 80% chance of extreme weather happening nationwide later this month due to rapid stratospheric warming. met office I warned you.
A long-term forecast comes when more than a dozen flights are cancelled. London City Airport today is due to widespread freezing fog.
Much of southern England has been placed under a yellow weather warning due to inclement weather, reducing visibility across the region. The expected temperature is around -3°C.
The north will face ‘very windy’ conditions today with a belt of heavy rain across Scotland. Northern Irelandturns into snow on the plateau.
Much of southern England is under a yellow weather warning today due to widespread freezing fog.Photo: Fog falling on central London today
Today’s forecast temperature is about -3°C.Photo: Cars driving through freezing fog in central London today
A yellow weather warning was issued this morning as fog reduced visibility to 50-100 meters in some places.Photo: Fog on Woodford Green this morning
The long-term forecast comes as much of southern England is under a yellow weather warning today due to widespread freezing fog.
It can be cold and frosty in the south of England and the fog can be slow to clear before the long winter days.
A yellow weather warning was issued this morning as fog reduced visibility to 50-100 meters in some places.
The Japan Meteorological Agency warned that travel disruptions could occur, claiming travel delays and delays on buses and trains.
Many flights have been canceled or delayed due to “current bad weather”. London City Airport warns travelers to check flight status before arriving at the airport.
The UK will experience mostly dry and clear skies tonight, with more clouds from the north and rain from the northwest.
A band of clouds and rain will move southeastward throughout the night, but will fade and become patchy. Meteorologists are predicting clear skies and showers in northern Scotland by dawn.
It will be sunny and cool tomorrow A sunny spell from the south reveals changeable clouds.
Heavy rains are expected in northern and western Scotland on Friday, with an initial thunderstorm possible. The further south you go, the drier and brighter it will be.
The Japan Meteorological Agency is also predicting sudden stratospheric warming (SSW) later this month that could bring severe weather similar to the famous “Beast from the East” storm.
Meteorologists say there is an 80% chance of an SSW event at the end of February, but it is unclear whether this will cause extreme conditions.
The north will face “very windy” conditions today as a belt of heavy rain shifts across Scotland and Northern Ireland, turning to snow in the Highlands.Photo: People climb the windswept path to St Michael’s Tower at the top of Glastonbury
Cyclists brave the freezing fog this morning in South West London’s Richmond Park
London City Airport has warned travelers to check flight status before arriving at the airport today
The SSW event will make the jet stream “more meandering,” with forecasters calling for “large areas of anticyclone blocking” over Europe and the UK, making calm, wet, windy conditions “more likely.” said that there is a possibility to
But SSW doesn’t always bring winter weather. The condition may be benign.
“There is now a greater than 80% chance of a large SSW,” said Professor Adam Scaife, head of the long-term forecasting division at the Japan Meteorological Agency, in a blog post yesterday.
“The impact will be apparent soon, but UK weather impacts are most likely to occur in late February and March.”
The so-called ‘Beast of the East’ storm hit the UK in 2018, resulting in one of the coldest winters on record.
cold weather caused by a rapid increase in temperature in the Arctic, This is known by meteorologists as “sudden stratospheric warming.”
The storm wreaked havoc on Britain, causing up to 22 inches of snow in some areas.
Temperatures of -11°C hit parts of the country, the lowest on record since 1986.
Wind chills that felt as cold as -15°C in parts of the UK matched temperatures in northern Norway and parts of Iceland.
The cold was so severe in the Brecon Beacons that the entire waterfall froze solid.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11726157/Forecasters-warn-possible-Beast-East-storm-freezing-fog-3C-temperatures-hit-UK.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Forecasters warn of possible ‘Beast of the East’ storm with freezing fog, -3C temperatures hit Britain