The United Kingdom faces five days of frost next week, with Iceland's winter air forecasting weather conditions.

The Met Office warns that temperatures could drop to -5 ° C in some areas – followed by 60 km / h storms, snow cover and leaching.

    Weather forecasts warn that the Icelandic air will be up next week before the & # 39; disturbing snowfall & # 39; Britain will freeze

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Weather forecasts warn that the Icelandic air will be up next week before the & # 39; disturbing snowfall & # 39; Britain will freeze

Meteorologists issued weather warnings for 70km / h storms tonight and tomorrow before freezing.

And although temperatures should rise again on Thursday next week, "disturbing snowfall" threatens to cause reischaos.

Met Forecaster Marco Petagna said: "On Sunday it will be colder with air from Iceland and it looks cold in the East until the middle of the week.

"It is expected with widespread frosts and frost hazard. Monday morning to -5 ° C in Scotland and -3 ° C in the north of England.

    This graphic shows the cold running along Britain's backbone early Monday morning

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This graphic shows the cold running along Britain's backbone early Monday morning
    For the evening and tomorrow, the Met Office issued a yellow wind warning
For the evening and tomorrow, the Met Office issued a yellow wind warning

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    A map of the icy cold that seizes the nation on Monday

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A map of the icy cold that seizes the nation on Monday
    The north of England and Scotland will be hardest hit by freezing

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The north of England and Scotland will be hardest hit by freezing
    In the south, however, it also sees some areas just above freezing

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In the south, however, it also sees some areas just above freezing

However, the jet stream will increase, causing heavy rainfall in the west to the west.

Marco added: "Gales or strong storms with gusts of up to 60 miles per hour in the west are expected by the weekend, with continued heavy rain – and in the north, snow, mainly on hills."

Ex-BBC and Met Office forecaster John Hammond from the weather trend decision said: "Chilling weather will come from the north, with east coasts prone to wintry showers.

"There is a considerable chance of disruptive snowfall as humid air comes from the western mid-week."

    In Aberystwyth this morning it is windy, because the rough sea and the strong wind bounce against the promenade

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In Aberystwyth this morning it is windy, because the rough sea and the strong wind bounce against the promenade

Yesterday, parts of the country were flooded by flash floods as storm winds hit the land.

Dean Hall, a forerunner of the Met Office, told Sun Online: "On Sundays, it remains restless with more showers and rain, especially what may be accompanied first by strong winds in the south.

"We could see strong gusts of wind.

"During the day, the showers will move south and we will see a cold northwest across Britain.

"It's going to be a day of sunshine and rain, but it'll definitely feel colder.

"It will be a cold night until Monday, there will be a sharp frost in the north and east with temperatures of -5 or -6 overnight when the sky is clear."

    Today, rain and wind were raining in Germany
Today, rain and wind were raining in Germany
    Stormy conditions at the harbor of Newhaven, East Sussex

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Stormy conditions at the harbor of Newhaven, East Sussex
    Huge waves hit the Victorian lighthouse of Newhaven

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Huge waves hit the Victorian lighthouse of Newhaven
    This card shows the chances of a white Christmas throughout the UK
This card shows the chances of a white Christmas throughout the UK

This evening, most areas remain windy and misty, with heavy storms affecting the coasts in southwest England.

It is expected that frost and ice will form in the north as the weather calms down but remains cool.

Yesterday, we talked about how the British are preparing for icy Scandinavian air next week as the chances for a White Christmas have dropped.

As temperatures drop next week, bookmakers have lowered the odds of any city in the UK that sees snow on Christmas day.

Aberdeen is most likely to see a white Christmas at 6/5, while London's chances have dropped from 5: 1 to 9/2.


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