London weather: End of the snow but still a freezing day


Strong and bitterly cold winds, with sunny intervals and further snow showers.

The weather will start to improve tomorrow, with less snow forecast and higher temperatures expected.

"The last couple of days have been quite mild across parts of the United Kingdom - we got to around 16C yesterday in Wales - but by tomorrow all of us will be back to very cold weather".

Most of the snow was expected to fall across north-west England, Yorkshire and the Midlands, as well as in London, the South East, and east of England, where amber weather warnings have been issued.

"'Bitterly cold' is the best way to describe it - temperatures on the face of it probably just around freezing, but with wind it's going to feel well below freezing".

LONDON has seen more snow this weekend after the so-called Beast from the East Two returned to the UK.

A yellow weather warning for the West Midlands stated: "Snow showers are likely to continue throughout Sunday, and where these converge some snow may well accumulate and could then prove disruptive".

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Many big sporting fixtures, including Ireland's Six Nations triumph over England and Manchester United's quarter final FA Cup fixture with Brighton, were played in snow storms.

Snow and ice has gripped the United Kingdom again.

Mr Wilson said people could see 10-15cm of snow, and up to 25cm over higher ground.

Heathrow Airport said "extreme wintry weather" is expected, adding: "In preparation, we've worked with our airlines to consolidate Sunday's flight schedule, moving passengers on to fewer flights".

More than 70 flights in and out of Heathrow Airport were cancelled on Saturday and drivers were also urged to be prepared before setting out on journeys, with Highways England advising motorists to avoid trans-Pennine roads "if possible".

Dr Thomas Waite, a health protection consultant for PHE, said: "The weather has felt much milder for the last week or so but this weekend the forecasters tell us it will get much colder again".

By Tuesday the weather should be back to the average for this time of the year.