Odds on White Easter with widespread alerts in force for snow disruption

Delta cancels 500 flights due to winter storm

Delta cancels 500 flights due to winter storm

An upper level disturbance could potentially bring more scattered snow showers this morning along with some patchy fog as well.

"In terms of snow, we expect there will be some in parts of the United Kingdom, but it will be mainly in the high ground of Scotland and northern England".

Power cuts are also possible in rural areas.

Monday night, there will be a 30 percent chance of showers, with a low of 41, according to the weather service.

The warning lasts from 12.15am until 11.45pm on April 2 with the possibility of heavy snow covering the county.

Delta cancels 500 flights due to winter storm
Odds on White Easter with widespread alerts in force for snow disruption

Up to 20cm of snow fell, especially on higher ground, and there was significant drifting caused by the strong easterly wind. Weather models are predicting lower-than-normal temperatures and, yes, even opportunities (plural) for wet snow.

The BBC forecaster warned there could be "disruptive snowfall" over the Easter weekend as he issued warnings for those that have travel plans. The skies will be mostly cloudy, with an expected high of 54 degrees.

Forecasters at the Met Office have said the bank holiday weekend will often be on the cold side, with showers and long spells of rain at times. There will be gentle to moderate easterly winds. Patchy fog. A slight chance of rain shower, partly sunny, and a high near 46. But driving could be tricky with blowing snow in the air.

Widespread overnight frost, but cold northeast winds easing on Sunday.

"The south will be very wet during the early hours of Monday, then as this air moves over the colder air the precipitation will change to snow". "And, the moisture content in that snow ranged from 0.4" to 1.0". again really needed moisture.

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