I’ve been talking about the risk of snow on Sunday for a while now and we’re finally able to firm up on some of the details. During the day on Sunday an area of low pressure with cold air wrapped around it will slide South-Eastwards across the country.
Initially we’re likely to see mostly rain or sleet down to lower levels, particularly across more Southern areas but as we move into Sunday evening and overnight into Monday we’ll see things turning increasingly to snow as the colder air digs back down.
Accumulations quite widely are expected to range between 4-6cm although lower ground may not quite see these totals due to the rain before hand limiting settling potential. Higher ground could see up to 10-12cm in local spots.
During Monday morning an area of snow is expected to effect South-East England giving accumulations of 2-5cm quite widely, particularly to higher levels.