Publicado: Mier, Enero 17, 2018
Ciencia | Por Aurelio Ontiveros

Snow and sleet forecast for North Somerset

Snow and sleet forecast for North Somerset

The British Met Office has also issued a yellow weather warning for Northern Ireland which will come into force at 6 o'clock tonight and remain in place until Wednesday morning.

The first snow-related weather warning of the new year is in place today, with the Met Office forecasting that wintery showers and ice could be on the way.

"In addition roads and pavements will turn icy, increasing the chances of accidents or injuries".

It added: "A gradual improvement is likely on Wednesday for most areas".

Nicola Maxey, forecaster for the Met Office, said: "Stormy conditions will bring strong winds and showers this week with a change to a polar airflow signalling colder conditions".

A yellow wind warning is in place from 9pm on Wednesday until 1pm on Thursday.

According to weathermen, Scotland, parts of Northern Ireland and the far North of England could witness heavy rains which could turn into sleet, hail and snow.

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Snowfalls of up to 20cms (nearly eight inches) can be expected on higher ground in the north of the United Kingdom, with deposits of up to 8cms likely in more populated areas.

The Environment Agency has sent out a rainfall warning for Cumbria and is poised to issue flood alerts - the lowest level of warning - for some rivers in the county on Sunday afternoon.

"Temperatures rising during the evening as heavy rain and strong winds develop overnight with the passage of a winter storm across Ireland".

Further snow is expected to fall on Thursday, and possibly on Friday too, but only in parts of the region.

The Met Office expects road, rail and ferry services to be hit and it is possible some bridges may be forced to close.

A warning for strong winds, gales and potentially stormy weather midweek with more snow.

The storm could sweep up life-threatening debris, cause power cuts, damage homes and prompt flight and train cancellations.

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