Issued: 7th March 2023 7 pm
Over the next 24 to 36 hours, the majority of snowfall is anticipated to occur in South Wales and southern England. Snow accumulation at lower elevations will vary considerably. Nevertheless, areas situated south of the M4 in southern England are most vulnerable to disturbances.
Subsequently, the snowfall will move towards the north on Thursday and Friday, leading to significant disruptions in some areas. As the winds pick up, there may be blizzard conditions and drifting snow in some regions.
The map below shows the next three days’ accumulated snowfall for the UK. For the latest snow forecast, check out the current map here.
8th March 2023 11:15 am
It is march for god sake why is there snow now