AccuWeather has forecast snow to fall in London on one date in November. The weather service forecast snow to hit the capital city on November 10, just weeks away. For the date, AccuWeather forecast: “A bit of snow and rain at times in the morning followed by a couple of showers in the afternoon.”
Meanwhile, BBC Weather has warned temperatures will “turn colder” over the weekend for Northern Ireland and Scotland.
BBC Weather presenter Chris Fawkes said: “Further southwards showers will come and go as well across England and Wales, it will stay quite blustery overnight as well.
“The onshore winds keeping things quite mild towards the south coast, but I think generally we’re looking at temperatures overnight between 4C and 9C in the towns and cities.
“As far as the weekend goes it’s another day of sunshine and showers on Saturday, however we should see some changes in the weather picture by Sunday.
“With far fewer showers and more in the way of dry weather and a bit of sunshine coming through.
“Now start the day on Saturday with an area of rain moving southwards across Scotland into northern England, behind that the wind starts to turn towards a northerly direction.
“Now any showers that we have down the western side of the UK will not be as heavy as they have been over recent days, the heaviest showers are likely across the north-east of the UK really.
“Temperatures 14C and 15C across England and Wales, but turning colder for Northern Ireland and Scotland, and that’s a sign for things to come.”
Referring to the second half of the weekend, the BBC Weather host continued: “Those northerly winds become a little more extensive.
“Now around some of our northern coasts of Scotland, down the North Sea coast of Scotland and down the North Sea coast of England as well, there could well be a few showers left around here and quite a bit of cloud.
According to the latest WXCharts forecast, snow warnings may be issued across continental Europe by the end of October.
This comes after Exacta Weather forecaster James Madden warned of “something wintry setting in” as early as October, with “snow after snow” this winter.
Mr Madden said: “October is now looking like it will turn out to be colder than average with more of a chance of something wintry setting in through the second half of the month.
“There is a strong chance of widespread frosts and the chance of snowfall which will set the scene for November. This will pave the way for what is shaping up to be a colder than average winter with some extreme cold weather events.
“While these could start to make an impact within the next few weeks they will be particularly troublesome from December onwards.
“Snow events have been few and far between in recent years, but this winter is looking favourable to bring snow event after snow event as weather systems from the Atlantic clash with cold stagnated air over the UK.”