Brighton sees snow as Troll of Trondheim hits Britain

Sussex could see flurries of snow across the country for the first time this winter amid a cold snap.

Temperatures have dropped across the UK, hitting highs of just 3C in the city in recent days.

According to the BBC, sleet showers are forecast for the weekend, and snow is expected between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Sunday.

However, heavy snowfall and blizzards are not expected in the city, only light snowfall is forecast.

Heavy snow is forecast for Eastbourne around 4pm on Sunday, with snow also expected in Worthing, Hastings and Haywards Heath.

Flights could be disrupted as snow is also forecast at Gatwick Airport between 1pm and 6pm on Sunday.

However, Chichester will miss out on the wintry showers dusting most of the county.

A Met Office spokesman also said conditions are expected to remain very cold over the weekend, “with persistent wintry showers along coasts”.

“There is also an increasing likelihood of areas of freezing fog developing, particularly in parts of England and Wales, particularly over the weekend,” he said.

Freezing conditions with overnight temperatures below zero in exposed parts of the UK could last for at least a week, according to the weather service.

Dubbed the Troll of Trondheim, Arctic air will drift south for the remainder of the day and have most of the country in its grip by Thursday morning.

“The pattern for the next seven days is that it will remain cold and we will see double digit negatives overnight in frost prone and snow covered areas.” Brighton sees snow as Troll of Trondheim hits Britain

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