OUR snow map reveals which areas within the UK might see a white Christmas tomorrow, in keeping with bookies.
Edinburgh and Newcastle are favourites for the white stuff, with odds for snowfall at 2-1.
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The chances are at 3-1 for snow in Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool, suggesting they’re extra more likely to have a white Christmas than cities additional south.
Belfast’s odds for snow stand at 4-1, whereas bookies at Coral place London and Bristol at 5-1.
Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead mentioned: “Snow is starting to fall in elements of the UK on Christmas Eve and we actually are dreaming of a White Christmas now.
“The chances have tumbled throughout the UK on cities getting snow on Christmas Day.”
He added: “The chilly snap coming has prompted our odds on this winter being the coldest we have ever had sinking to only evens. It may very well be a file breakingly chilly one.”
Temperatures are set to plunge to -4C in northern England and Scotland in a single day, with lows of -2C and -3C additional south.
‘POTENTIAL FOR SNOW’
Met Workplace forecaster Marco Petagna instructed The Solar On-line: “There’s a potential [for snow] through the early hours – definitely between midnight we might get a couple of wintry showers falling which might comprise a little bit of snow.”
Mr Petagna mentioned the areas more than likely to see a glimpse of the white stuff are “the north Yorkshire moors down into Lincolnshire, Norfolk and a bit on the mountains in Scotland later tonight and briefly tomorrow morning”.
He added that temperatures might attain lows of -7C in rural elements of Britain in a single day, though the daytime shall be barely hotter for many.
“For many areas it may be a significantly better day than we have seen just lately,” Mr Petagna mentioned.
“It should really feel chilly but when folks wrap up for those who exit, temperatures shall be round 4C-6C.”
Snow fell yesterday across parts of the north, together with Cumbria, as last-minute presents have been delivered.
If it falls once more tomorrow, will probably be the primary white Christmas since 2015 when solely a smattering of climate stations recorded snowfall.
The final huge blitz was in 2010 through the coldest December for 100 years.
Hetton-le-Gap, County Durham, has seen snow already at presentCredit score: Jordan Crosby
Teesdale, County Durham, trying festive on Christmas EveCredit score: Alamy Stay Information
Snow is falling in northern areas at present as a White Christmas is on the playing cardsCredit score: Jordan Crosby