Will Hull see ‘incessant snow’ or heavy rain? Weather forecast for next week
Hull and East Yorkshire look set for a wet week, with long periods of heavy rain.
The Met Office is forecasting heavy rain on Tuesday evening and throughout Thursday, with more rain likely as we head into next weekend. There’s also a chance of snow as temperatures drop later in the week, although claims by some news sources of “nonstop snowfall” appear to be adding to the pudding.
While some snow could fall over the Yorkshire hills, the majority of us are likely to see wet and windy weather. That is likely to change on Thursday, when it will be as cold as -1C and snow will be a “transient threat at lower levels”, according to the Met Office.
Right now, it looks like it’s a week for umbrellas and umbrellas. Here is a summary of the seven days.
Sunday: Cloudy and mild with temperatures reaching 11°C.
Monday: Temperatures drop during the morning, as you will feel cold up to 5 degrees Celsius. Mild weather returns with the arrival of the evening, with temperatures rising to 11 degrees Celsius. Some sunny spells, but mostly overcast. – Wind speed up to 30 miles per hour.
Tuesday: A mild dry start, but heavy rain and falling temperatures as the day goes on. Heavy rain is likely from mid-afternoon into the evening. Windy again.
Wednesday: Dry and cold, especially in the morning, when it can be as cold as -1°C, but the wind is much less.
Thursday: Heavy rain most of the day, with temperatures reaching 6°C, but it feels more like freezing.
Friday: Rain likely throughout the day. A little warmer, with highs reaching 7°C.
Saturday: Continuing cold with temperatures reaching 5 degrees Celsius. Overcast with a chance of rain showers. The winds are getting stronger, reaching speeds of up to 30 miles per hour.
Will it snow?
According to the Daily Express, Britain could be in for some bitter cold weather as the latest weather maps turn purple, indicating a steady spell of snow is on the way – which could last for up to 96 hours. The period in question is between Thursday and Monday week.
Meteorologist Phil Morrish told the newspaper: “There is a possibility of more snowfall by Thursday and Friday of next week, as the cold weather begins to descend from Scotland. By this time next week, the weather looks much colder. Temperatures will fall during Daytime in southern England to 2°C to 3°C and 1°C to 2°C in northern England.
“There will be a ground frost at night with temperatures falling to -5C to -7C in Scotland with some snow around. It is too early to say how much snow will fall or how long it will last, but it looks like the cold snap will last for three Or at least four days.
According to the UK Met Office forecast, wet and windy weather will move to the south-east on Tuesday. The weather will be brighter on Wednesday, but it will get colder from the north. More rain is expected on Thursday, possibly turning wintry in the north, especially over the hills.
As for Thursday, the weather will be “dry and cold in the northern regions, and milder in the south, with increasing rainfall from the southwest. Rain is likely to return to the north until Thursday, with snow falling for some time across the northern edge of this, with accumulations on higher ground.” “But also a passing threat at lower levels.”
“The situation remains unsettled on Friday with the potential for further wind and rain, and wintry again on the northern edge of this. Over the weekend, a change towards northerly or northwesterly winds will cause cold conditions to spread across the UK with rain “Winter across the coasts by Sunday but clearer inland with rain in the south-east.”