Freezing temperatures and snow set for Sunday

There are warnings for some disruptive snowfall as a yellow weather warning has been placed.

Bouts of “significant disruptive snowfall” are set to his the South East, with Storm Darcy also set to bring gale force winds to parts of England.

The Met Office forecasts light snowfall throughout most of Sunday (February 7), after some heavy rain tonight.

While it’s unclear how much will settle, the snow is forecasted to begin from 2am up until 6am.

And then from 10am up until 8pm, there will be continuous snow.

Many areas of the UK also has warnings of snow in Monday, but as of this report the Met Office forecasts no snow on Monday.

Easterly winds from the Ukraine and Black Sea area on Sunday will bring an intense chill but the air will not be as bitingly cold as it was with the Beast from the East in 2018, the Met Office said.

Temperatures are set to be between -6 and -7 degrees Celcius throughout most of the day.

Heavy disruptive snow is expected in parts of south-east England along with 40-50mph wind gusts that could cause snowdrifts from Sunday through to Monday morning, according to the Met Office.

Daytime temperatures will stay in low single figures for much of the country, with some places staying below freezing and the bitter winds making it feel even colder.

Public Health England (PHE) has issued a cold weather alert for the whole of England from Saturday through to Wednesday.

Dr Owen Landeg, of PHE, said: “Cold weather isn’t just uncomfortable, it can have a serious impact on health.

“For older people and those with heart and lung problems, it can increase the risks of heart attacks, strokes and chest infections.

“So it’s really crucial at this time, especially ahead of a potentially very cold snap, to remember to check on frail or older neighbours or relatives, especially those living alone or who have serious illnesses.”

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