UK weather: Next March frost blast could bring widespread snow

Forecasters believe there will be two storm systems to make landfall in the UK in March that have gone up in smoke

Two people in the snow
Spring hasn’t arrived yet, as snow is forecast in March, followed by two named storms

Forecasters have warned that a sunny weekend and clear skies are not a sign that spring is approaching.

An upcoming March frost could send us back to winter for a few more weeks before we can go out in hats and gloves again.

Based on The ExpressThe UK will have to brace for a “winter blast” in the first week of March as well as some storms.

Senior meteorologist at the UK Weather Service Jim Dale has predicted that this time of year could bring some of the most “snowy” conditions.

“Very often, March can bring high winds and it can cause short-term snowfalls. And historically, it has,” he said.

“The first half of March is sometimes on paper some of the heaviest snow we’ve ever seen in any form of Winter. It’s come later rather than earlier, so this is entirely possible. .”

The next two named storms will be Storm Gladys and Storm Hermann.

The Met is predicted to be a cold front in the coming days

Storms were named based on “weather impact”, using the Met’s National Severe Weather Warning service.

They are named only when they are likely to trigger a red or amber storm warning.

Dale said of the upcoming weather: “In terms of major events, we have the last Storm Gladys on stage and Storm Hermann following.

A meteorologist says March is usually cold and snowy

“Somewhere in early spring, I’m pretty sure we’ll see Gladys and Hermann.”

The storms will come after the UK suffered three named storms in recent weeks – Cyclone Dudley, Cyclone Eunice and Hurricane Franklin.

The storms caused widespread disruption to transportation services, and several trees were cut and flooded across the country.

Two named storms could also wreak havoc on the UK in March, just weeks after Cyclone Eunice caused chaos



One woman was killed after being crushed by a tree during Typhoon Eunic e, two others died in similar circumstances.

There are also a number of non-fatal auto accidents as a direct result of strong winds and rain.

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