The usually chilly and freezing Scotland is expected to witness mild weather while the southern parts of the country are expected to observe plunging and deep freezing temperatures.
North Britain is predicted to observe highs settling at 12°C while, the mercury is expected to plummet to a bone chilling -7°C in the south. Making a difference of up to 19°C in both the northern and southern regions of the country.
As per the weatherman, after the days of freeze and icy weather, a much more awaited settled weather is expected to make an appearance this week. Moreover, chances of more thundersnow over parts of the country including the capital of the country also seem to be ruled out. Unlike the last week, experts deny the possibility of the repetition of snow again in the country.
Despite the possibility of showers, temperatures will be milder across the north of England. Additionally, a band of high pressure will keep the southern England chiller. The experts also claim the possibility of a lot of cold air over the continent while the Atlantic to be blessed with mild air.
In a crux, the week is going to be chilly and frosty for most parts of the country but as compared to the week gone by, it will be much calmer. Mild weather along with rain is expected to occur over the weekend.
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