White Halloween could appear on the card this year as temperatures are set to plummet in the coming weeks.
Experts from the British Meteorological Agency say unstable weather will hit Britain at the end of October.
After October 20, the rainiest and windiest conditions will remain in the north and northwest, with the east and south conditions expected to be more subdued.
Dry spells last until the last week of October.
According to the Met Office, a colder settlement period will be established by early November.
Meteorological Agency previously warned Temperatures in some areas can drop by 10 ° C in a few weeks.
Greg Dewhurst, senior meteorologist at the Met Office, told The Sun Online:
“The potentially affected areas are the Scottish mountains and the highlands of northern England and northern Wales.
“It’s unlikely to be seen in low-lying areas. This time of year is quite normal.”
Bookmakers also predict a white Halloween that could snow in major cities in the UK by the end of October.
According to Coral, temperatures are expected to drop towards the end of the month and colder in winter.
Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead said, “We recommend maximizing mild temperatures as we expect a significant freeze at the end of October, which makes it more likely that it will snow in the UK this month. “.
“Because Britain has been the coldest ever, there is a two-to-one chance that this winter will be on record.”
Meanwhile, the storm gave way to a plume of warm air from the continent dragged by the wreckage of Hurricane Sam.
Jim Dale, a meteorologist at the British Meteorological Services, said:
“The construction of high pressures from the continent will bring about a change from wetter, windier weather to drier, more sunny conditions.
“It’s October, so we can call it Indian summer. It’s no exaggeration to say that the fallout from Hurricane Sam has led to mild weather.”
The news came when the Met Office announced that summer in the UK was the warmest on record.
Temperatures were 0.05 ° C higher worldwide than at the same time last year.
September was also the hottest Europe It exceeds the past record of 2018 by about 0.2C.
The EU’s Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) also said that the Siberian Arctic continues to be warmer than average.
Last month, Arctic sea ice covered the smallest area since 2012.
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After the Indian summer, when the winter weather settles down, a white Halloween in the middle of snowing in just a few weeks
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