A ‘polar ice bomb’ looms across the UK – and some parts could expect a white Christmas – as temperatures are set to plummet to as low as minus 7C on the big day. Weather for the next three days across the UK will be unsettled, with the weather turning milder towards the start of next week. Met Office predicts that between December 16 and 25 weather will remain unsettled, with a mixture of blustery showers and brighter spells for most of the UK. The wintery conditions may be confined to higher ground, with blustery showers potentially falling as snow over the mountains, but there is still a chance of a white Christmas on lower ground. Snow fell heavily in the North Pennines, creating postcard like scenes at Killhope Mining Museum in County Durham last week Dave Baptie works hard in the snow at the Hill End Christmas Tree Centre near Edinburgh last Friday afternoon Weather for the next three days across the UK will be unsettled, with the weather turning milder towards the start of next week RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Homeowners become part of living Advent calendar as they… D-Day for London: Capital’s economy faces ‘killer blow’ if…… Read full this story
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