This East East Beast goes into the UK, bringing ice and snow temperatures as cold air comes in from Russia. The "East Beast" will start next week and could first bring a month of boardboards. Heavy snow and cold winds will follow Indian Summer & # 39; which could lead to a temperature as high as 17C on Thursday.
The temperature will fall dramatically next week as cold air of Russia causes snow to fall across the country.
The UK will feel "more like Moscow than the Mediterranean."
High pressure will obstruct the normal western flow of the Atlantic weather to Britain and possibly indicate the beginning of a cold period.
After a number of light days with normal overhead temperatures for the time of the year, cooler air will start control over the weekend.
I'm set, with plenty of sun, but the change in the wind direction will see the temperature falling dramatically.
A streaming jet stream across the Atlantic has moved further to the north allowing the middle of the high pressure to stand over the south of Scandinavia and closer to the northern parts of Britain.
This will allow a warm shift in the wind direction and the flow will go further to the east with even even possible wild showers in the south east.
However, chill conditions are felt by mid next week, with some anticipated models suggest hard and watercolor showers.
The incredible weather will rise to the risk of saturating early mist in several places.
A spokeswoman for The Weather Channel said: "Starting next week, high pressure will become central in Nefyn Scandinavia driving a cooler flow across the east across the British Isles.
"As a result, it is anticipated that temperatures will fall to less than a habit for the time of the year, about one or two below average levels. There is a risk of some wet showers across the east, but they will not accumulate significant snow.
"Confidence is falling by the end of next week between the operational models."
Forecasts in the Met Office say the freezing conditions may remain in December and 2019.
The Met Office said: "With more cooler temperatures more generally, there will be more chances of snow, especially for northern hills, during periods of more unexpected weather".
Ladbrokes offers around 6/4 that any part of the UK sees snow on December 25.
Alex Apati from Ladbrokes said: "Appointments dreaming about White Christmas may have their wish this year."