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Met Office map shows what time the snow will fall tomorrow

11:15 17 January 2013

Screen grab from the Met Office website. Pictured: Friday 18 - 3pm

Screen grab from the Met Office website. Pictured: Friday 18 - 3pm

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Forecasters are predicting heavy snowfall for the majority of the UK on Friday and yesterday issued a yellow alert for the east of England.

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It is believed that more than three inches could again fall as snow spreads from the southwest, with blizzard conditions described as a “possibility” as winds strengthen.

However, the Met Office did say there was a “good deal of uncertainty” about the intensity of the snow and how quickly it will turn to rain, as it issued yellow alerts for the majority of the country, with amber alerts for the Midlands, the north-west and parts of Wales.

Weatherquest forecaster Phil Garner, based at the UEA, said two to three inches was possible in a 24-hour period from Friday afternoon, but agreed there was a degree of doubt about how much snow would fall.

Mr Garner said that the temperature was expected to rise afterwards but that melting snow could then be frozen at night.

“The problem will be snow on Friday and Saturday, and ice on Sunday and Monday,” he said.

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5 comments

  • wtf is Joanna Grey ?? Norton is his own thingy and nowt to do with me...Warning! cheap imitations of nrg may contain nuts.

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    nrg

    Friday, January 18, 2013

  • “good deal of uncertainty” ...Oh come on Met Office, you seem so certain with the next 30,40 and 50 years long term prospects that 24 wee hours should be a nailed on cert!!!

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    nrg

    Thursday, January 17, 2013

  • nrg ( aka Norton and Joanna Grey )......look up the difference between " the weather " and " climate ".

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    LARSON.E. WHIPSNADE

    Thursday, January 17, 2013

  • *** " Yarmouth's weather.....been like that since year dot. " ***. No , that's the climate. And it hasn't always been like that , nor has the Greek climate. And you are not " guaranteed " sunshine in Greece , it might **** down on you .......i hope does.

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    LARSON.E. WHIPSNADE

    Friday, January 18, 2013

  • Madame, tis weather pattens that us Norfolk folk get. Lets make it simple for dim girly thingys like yourself. I'm off to Greece for my holidays in the summer, guaranteed sunshine all the way and hot,hot temperatures. Daft northerners go to Yarmouth for their hols, no sunshine guaranteed and bods will pack jumpers and mac's....Yarmouth's weather and the Greek climate have been like that since year dot.

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    nrg

    Friday, January 18, 2013

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