Snow forecast today – MAPPED: Will it snow in YOUR area? Latest weather charts and graphs


SNOW will fall across Britain today as the latest weather maps show up to two inches of snow falling across the nation. But will it snow in your area?

Full Met Office forecast

Britain will face flurries of snow today as the Met Office issued yellow weather warnings this morning. About two inches of snow is predicted to cover Wales, County Durham, Yorkshire and Cumbria. 

Last night, Scotland and the North East were hit by snow blizzards as temperatures in the Scottish Highlands plunged to -8C.

In the south this morning, forecasts predict heavy showers and strong winds with a 4C chil. 

Met Office forecaster Craig Snell said: “The rest of the country will also feel cold as bitter winds and rain showers continue.

“Temperatures could dip to around 2 to 4C in the south this evening.”

The Met Office warning reads: “A spell of rain and hill snow is likely to affect many areas, with skies clearing at times to allow icy surfaces, although these won’t affect all places.

“The snow is most likely above 200 metres elevation and probably focused in the north Pennines and into parts of Scotland; here it could affect a few lower lying areas.”

But is it snowing where you are?

Net Weather charts reveal the heaviest snow fell at about 6am this morning, with vast swathes of northern England getting a sprinkling.

Later into Sunday and the snow dissipates, with some snow remaining in Scotland and the North of England.

GHowever, the weather charts also show ferocious winds sweeping in, while som rain is also predicted for today.

The snow forecast comes as the Environment Agency issued widespread alerts for England with 10 flood warnings and 113 alerts across the country.

Full Met Office forecast


Sunshine and showers, these most frequent in western areas where they will be heavy at times and wintry on hills in the north. Some eastern areas may stay dry with sunny periods. Windy, especially across the south and feeling cold.


Further showers for much of the UK, mainly in the west. Showers wintry across hills. Cold with a widespread frost in the north, breezier and less cold further south.


Showers in the northwest with more persistent rain in the southeast later. In between largely fine and dry. Less windy but still cold.

Full Met Office forecast


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