Weather forecast shows exact date snow will fall as -11C deep freeze looms

Meteorological forecasts reveal that most of the UK could see their first glimpse of snowfall this month.

A weather forecast from WXCharts shows a snowy weather front taking its toll across the country this month. According to the data, the snowfall will first arrive in Scotland within a week.

While the map predicts that northwest Scotland will be hit by snow from November 17th onwards, the likelihood of snow covering the rest of the region over the following days will increase by 50%.

This snowy weather will continue to dominate Scotland for the rest of the month, as the winter gradually spread further down the country.

By November 23, the snow has the potential to blanket Northern Ireland, Wales, and large parts of northern England.

A day later, according to the WXCharts forecast, the southeast and London could see their first flurry of snow.

Meanwhile, the Met Office has warned that this evening "will be wet and windy across Northern Ireland, northwest England and much of Scotland".

The Met Office tweeted: "An area of low pressure will bring strong winds to northwestern parts of the UK on Friday.

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"Gales are expected through the Irish sea and along northern coasts.

"Take care if you are travelling.

"Elsewhere, much drier with some clear spells."

Looking ahead to Saturday and Sunday, Met Office meteorologist Alex Deakin said that "after a windy day on Friday, it will be a little calmer for the weekend".

He said: "This weekend is largely dry and fine."

He continued: "Temperatures on Saturday still a touch above average, 11C to 14C, maybe 15C where we do see sunshine."

Mr Deakin added that it will be a "soggy Sunday" for Scotland, but the rest of the country will only see an "odd shower here and there".

Temperatures will remain in the double digits on Sunday.

This comes as Storm Blas wreaks havoc in Europe, particularly the Balearics and parts of Italy.

The western Mediterranean could see flash flooding, large waves, and lightning over the coming days.

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