NOW Britain faces snow and ice chaos: Forecasters alert the white stuff will sweep most of United kingdom tomorrow with flurries approaching London
- Satisfied Place of work has issued critical yellow warnings for snow and ice from 10pm on Wednesday to midday Thursday
- Snow will attain the south east and London by tomorrow with up to four inches predicted for higher ground
- Comes after River Severn burst its financial institutions and communities along the water have been thrown into crisis by floods
Storm-battered Britain faces more misery nowadays and tomorrow when snow and ice is forecast to settle across big swathes of the nation.
On Thursday the snowfall will be even broader, with critical warnings reaching London, the south east and Wales and long lasting until midday.
The first warning will expire at 10am on Thursday when the snow will turn to ice, leading to targeted traffic and educate chaos across the network. Today superior ground in Derbyshire and areas of Wales are now coated in a blanket of white.
It will come after unprecedented rainfall caused flood defences to buckle along the River Severn, with Britain now encountering two hundred for each cent of its ordinary February rainfall, with four more days of the month established to go.
Snow is pictured blanketing fields in Wardlow, Derbyshire nowadays, with the Satisfied Place of work warning of more to appear later nowadays and into Thursday
There is also snow all over Pen y Enthusiast mountain in the Brecon Beacons Countrywide Park, Wales, nowadays, forward of more tonight
Substantial ground will encounter up to four inches of snow, with some areas of Wales (Brecon Beacon Countrywide Park pictured) now coated
Oli Claydon, a spokesman for the Satisfied Place of work, claimed western areas of the United kingdom would see a sample of sunshine and showers in excess of Wednesday and Thursday.
He claimed the volume of rain would ordinarily ‘be nothing at all to be overly concerned about’, but included any even more rain could have an effect on flooded communities.
‘In some of these locations through that period of time of rainfall, specifically into the Severn catchment, the overall would not essentially be a large amount but in any of these places that are observing flooding, any even more rain is not welcome,’ he claimed.
Mr Claydon claimed that most of the United kingdom would be dry by Thursday night, ahead of more heavy rain moves in from the west on Friday.
‘In conditions of effect, the primary matter we are keeping an eye on now is Friday,’ he claimed. ‘That is yet another spot of worry – there could be yellow rain warnings on Friday in conditions of the accumulations that could be envisioned from that rainfall.’
He claimed south-west England, southern areas of Wales and north-west England have been envisioned to see the most rain on Friday and into the weekend.
The Satisfied Place of work has issued a warning for snow and ice masking big areas of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland from 10pm on Wednesday to 10am on Thursday (remaining). There are also weather warnings in area for a bigger spot from midnight on Wednesday to midday on Thursday (suitable)