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UK April weather: New maps show giant snow bomb and 685-mile mega-storm wreaking havoc

Britain is likely to witness a mix of snow and stormy weather in April as the latest maps show a giant snow bomb hitting the country in the first week of the month followed by a 685-mile mega-storm.

Maps from WXCharts suggest that the weather conditions will begin to change around April 5 with northern areas of the country witnessing heavy snowfall for hours.

Areas such as Inverness, Wick, and Portree will be worst impacted by the latest weather phenomenon. Temperature levels will hover around 0C-to -1C, maps suggest.

However, as the snow begins to fade away, the country will be battered by an enormous storm covering areas from Wick to Southampton.

WXCharts maps have turned blue from April 6 indicating stormy conditions across the country during that period.

The rain is likely to bring more freezing conditions as the mercury levels will oscillate between -3 to -4C in Scotland and 0 to 1C in southern areas.

The Met Office’s long-range forecast for the first 10 days of April suggests of “unsettled weather conditions” predicting long spell of rains in some parts of the country.

It suggested: “Next week begins with some uncertainty, but it looks likely that we will see a return towards more widely unsettled conditions as another area of low pressure pushes across the UK with changeable weather likely largely dominating throughout this period.”

It continues: “Most areas look likely to see further showers and some longer spells of rain at times, although interspersed with some drier spells in between.

“It looks likely that a north – south split could set up across the UK. The wettest weather will tend to favour the south whilst northern parts remain a bit drier on average.

“In association with this split in general temperatures will be close to average, but it will be occasionally cooler in the north, and milder in south.”

Today:

Heavy rain and hill snow clearing northwards through the day, leaving bright or sunny spells and heavy and blustery showers for many. Showers possibly with hail and thunder at times in the south, where it will also be very windy.

Tonight:

Blustery showers continuing this evening, these heavy carrying the risk of hail. Turning drier overnight with clearer spells and a touch of rural frost under the lighter winds.

Friday:

A mixture of sunny spells and blustery scattered showers for Good Friday. These turning heavy and thundery at times. Feeling warm in any prolonged sunshine.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Staying changeable through the Easter weekend, with scattered showers and sunny spells on Saturday. Turning drier on Easter Sunday with lighter winds. Uncertainty on Monday with rain or showers possible.

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