BBC Weather: Europe to experience 'unsettled' weather
BBC Weather meteorologist Stav Danaos forecast unsettled weather across the Mediterranean at the start of the coming week. He added that the area of low pressure will move eastwards across Europe through Monday and into Tuesday.
Mr Danaos said: “It is staying very unsettled across the Mediterranean for the next few days.
“We have had one area of low pressure which has battered parts of Italy.
“That is spreading across Greece and the Balkans on Monday.
“There will be some rain and maybe some embedded thunderstorms.
“There will also be some strong winds and choppy seas.
“That weather front will continue to move eastwards when we move out of Monday and into Tuesday.”
He added: “Meanwhile another area of low pressure will be impacting parts of France and Spain.
“That will also push eastwards again into Italy and bring another round of heavy snow in the Alpes.”
BBC Weather: Freezing temperatures hit parts of the UK
Earlier today, BBC meteorologist Chris Fawkes said the weather will be “largely dry” at the start of the week in the UK.
He did warn that freezing fog will linger “for most of us until the early afternoon” on Monday.
Mr Fawkes said: “Where we have that freezing fog, temperatures will generally stay below freezing.
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“As we go through Monday night into Tuesday, we will see some snow for a time over the high ground of the Pennines, and perhaps the North Moors, and more generally in Scotland.”
He added temperatures were “below average” for this time of year.
The Met Office stated that snow in Britain normally occurs later in the winter.
Met Office meteorologist Alex Burkill said: “The snowiest months are usually a bit later into winter, January and February and also it’s very early in December at the moment.”
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