Courageous bare-chested swimmer enjoys an icy dip in the sea off the Dorset coast as Britain prepares for another frosty evening with temperatures set to plunge to -6C
- Another cold evening just after very last night’s -10.3C very low in Scotland with -6C in Wales, -4C in Scotland and -one in London
- Tomorrow will be chilly but brilliant with blue skies for south and central pieces of England ahead of rain Thursday
- Scotland and Northern Eire will be moist, windy and unsettled with danger of freezing fog across the UK
Britain is preparing for another frosty evening with temperatures set to plunge to -6C – but that failed to cease courageous bare-chested swimmers having fun with an icy dip in the sea off the Dorset coast today.
Significant stress is in cost of our climate as we go via the 7 days, which will deliver cold and moist circumstances from Scotland and Northern Eire.
That will transfer southwards on Thursday bringing more unsettled climate to southern and central pieces of England and Wales.
A courageous gentleman is pictured having on freezing cold waves in Swanage, Dorset on the initially working day of December today
Challenging frost is pictured on the ground, turning trees a magical white, in Pitlochry, as the sunshine rose in Scotland this morning
Boats bob on the water at Poole Harbour in Dorset this morning just after a evening of freezing temperatures nationwide
Tonight it is going to be another cold evening, much chillier than standard for the time of year, but not as cold as very last evening.
Fulfilled Office environment forecaster Emily Smith said: ‘It will be -4 in Scotland, -six in Wales and as very low as -one in London, with only coastal areas reaching previously mentioned freezing overnight.
‘However, there will be crisp sunshine and blue skies in south and central pieces of England tomorrow and in the daytime on Thursday it will rain.
‘There will be a sharp frost for much of the nation. There will be a lot of fog across northern England, the Midlands and across the Welsh border.’
Persons on the beach front in the sunshine, in Swanage, Dorset today. Tomorrow will be chilly but brilliant with blue skies predicted for central and southern places of the nation
A tricky frost is seen on the initially working day of the meteorological winter season in Pitlochry, Scotland. Significant frosts were being seen across the nation this morning
Deserted beach locations and choppy waves were being seen in Swanage, Dorset today, as temperatures are set to plunge once again tonight
Upcoming 7 days utmost temperatures will be 9C, with London only acquiring up to 6C whilst Birmingham and Newcastle will see 5C. London would usually be 10C this time of year. Pictured: frost in Pitlochry, Scotland
Bitterly cold air from Iceland plunged Scotland (pictured) into its coldest evening of the winter season so considerably yesterday – with a bone-chilling -10.3C (14F)
Upcoming 7 days utmost temperatures will be 9C, with London only acquiring up to 6C whilst Birmingham and Newcastle will see 5C. London would usually be 10C this time of year.
She extra that there will be an increasing danger of freezing fog patches so fog warnings will be in spot.
Rain, gales and sturdy winds will transfer south and in the course of the working day on Thursday it will sense close to freezing, at two to 3C degrees.
Bitterly cold air from Iceland plunged Scotland into its coldest evening of the winter season so considerably yesterday – with a bone-chilling -10.3C (14F).
The report very low so considerably this season was recorded on Saturday evening into Sunday morning – the initially working day of December – at Tulloch Bridge, east of Fort William in the Highlands.
Showers will develop into limited to more coastal pieces of east and south-east England this night, whilst downpours will progressively merge into some for a longer period spells of rain for northern Scotland.
In other places it will be dry with a frost and a couple mist or fog patches.