UK snow: Mild +11C Valentines Day to be followed by intense 43cm snowfall in areas

UK weather: Temperatures expected to become milder

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The day after Valentine’s Day, Scotland will be covered in snow, weather maps WX Charts has predicted. WX Charts predicted northern Scotland will see up to 27cm of snowfall on Thursday before being buried again in up to 43cm the day after the romantic holiday on February 14.

However, the north is not the only area to experience wintry snowfall in the coming days.

Forecasters have predicted, on Friday, Manchester and Edinburgh will be dusted in 2cm of snow.

However, Birmingham will see 1cm of flakes the same day.

Saturday will bring chilly weather to many areas, with London expected to see a bitter 0.5C while Birmingham and Manchester will freeze in sub zero -1C.

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Inverness will freeze in -5.9C on Friday.

However, in a turn of events, following the wintry temperatures, February 14 will be very mild in England’s capital as WX Charts has predicted the air temperature will be 11.9C during the day.

Looking ahead to next week, the Met Office predicted temperatures will be near average.

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The Met Office wrote: “​​On Friday, wintry showers likely to affect northern areas, becoming lighter and less frequent through the day, while elsewhere expected to be dry with plenty of sunshine. 

“Windy in the north initially, elsewhere likely much lighter than previous days. 

“Heavy rain may return to the northwest and windy for most, with gales possible in the west and northwest at the weekend. 

“Through the rest of this period high pressure will likely dominate across most of the UK. 

“Rainfall will be limited at first with a risk of some wintry showers in the north and east, with an increasing chance of rain in western and northwestern areas later. 

“Temperatures likely to be near average with the potential for a brief colder interlude for northern and eastern parts.”

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