2018 UK Snow Watch – Will It Be A White Christmas? See This Years Predictions

Hoping snow will be falling all around you this festive season? look no further as we put together the latest odds on a White Christmas in Britain.

The BIG FREEZE is on its way…or is it? According to weather forecasters the UK is set for the coldest winter in around six years with arctic conditions coming around late September – so will it be a White Christmas?

Image of dog playing in the snow

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The first frost of the season was spotted in Kent on September 24th 2018 and the 1st snow fall was reported on September 20th from the Cairngorms, in Scotland.

According to UK forecasters, Britain is set for FOUR, yes FOUR months of heavy snow fall, but will this happen on Christmas day?! – New information suggests El Niño will trigger ice storms at the start of December, and freezing conditions may last until spring 2019!

Odds for a white Christmas in the UK for 2018 from William Hill:

Aberdeen (Airport) 6/4
Edinburgh (Airport) 2/1
Glasgow (Airport) 2/1
Newcastle (Airport) 3/1
Belfast (Int. Airport) 7/2
Leeds (Leeds-Bradford Airport) 7/2
Birmingham (Airport) 4/1
Liverpool (Airport) 4/1
Manchester (Airport) 4/1
Norwich (Airport) 5/1
Bristol (Airport) 6/1
Cardiff (Airport) 6/1
Dublin (Airport) 6/1
London (Airport) 6/1
Penzance (RNAS Culdrose) 9/1

UK Snow 2018

UK Snow Fact – Did you know the deepest snow ever recorded in an inhabited area of the UK was near Ruthin in North Wales during the severe Winter of 1946-47. During March 1947 a snow depth of 1.65 metres was recorded.

Bing Crosby isn’t the only one dreaming of it!

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