Heavy downpours will strike the UK this Friday (November 24), with some areas set to be battered by torrential rain.

Components of south-west England might even be hit by thunderstorms, significantly in locations within the far south-west of England.

However at this time, Britons face widespread frost and temperatures are nonetheless at freezing or sub-zero degree in most locations.

Meteorologist Carol Kirkwood reported on BBC Breakfast: “Typically at this time we’re minus twos/minus three levels.”

She added: “As we head into the night and in a single day it’s going to be cloudy, with the clouds nonetheless thick sufficient for some patchy like rain.”

This morning elements of southern England might fall to minus seven Celsius, nevertheless, temperatures will enhance ever so barely in jap areas.

The small development in warmth worth is right down to a rise in clouds.

Regardless of this, Britons have been instructed there will probably be some sunshine throughout the early hours of the day.

Nevertheless, the cloud within the east goes to shift westwards throughout Thursday, dragging patchy rain and drizzle together with it.

In the meantime, persistent rain will have an effect on elements of jap Scotland, however by three o’clock it is just the western fringes of Scotland and western Isles that may see the sunshine.

A lot of northern, central and jap England could possibly be focused by the rain, whereas elements of Wales, the south Midlands and south west England should still cling onto the sunshine.

At this time, the winds are lighter than they’ve been, however it’ll stay fairly chilly because of the improvement in cloud.

As temperatures proceed to tumble, main bookmaker Coral has slashed odds on this winter being the coldest on report.

Now, the agency make it a 10-11 probability this winter is the chillest ever, as a bitterly chilly snap hits the UK.

Coral’s spokesman Harry Aitkenhead mentioned: “We’ve been anticipating winter to reach for some time and now it’s lastly hit.

“Temperatures have plummeted and with all of the indicators suggesting it’s solely going to get colder we now have been left with no selection however to slash our odds on this winter being the coldest on report.”

The bookies additionally make it 1-3 (from 10-11) for a White Christmas anyplace within the UK this festive season.

“Hopes are increased than normal for a White Christmas with the snow falling early,” Harry added.

“We make the UK’s northern cities the almost certainly to get snow on the large day.

“London is 4-1 to see snowfall on Christmas Day however you simply can’t rule it out the best way the climate is popping.”

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays on BBC One at 6am.

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