Slight chance of more snow tomorrow

Bucks Free Press: Slight chance of more snow tomorrow Slight chance of more snow tomorrow

WE MAY have seen the last of the snow in Bucks this week – the latest forecast indicates.

But there is still a slight chance of more falling tomorrow evening according to Hazlemere weatherman Jim Dale.

The forecaster from British Weather Services told the BFP this afternoon that extremely low temperatures are to come, despite the lessening of the snowfall.

Speaking about possible snow tomorrow night, he said: “There's a tiny chance, a background chance of something out of the south west.

“It's unlikely to amount to anything that there's anything to worry about.

“The rest of the week looks more or less dry but very cold and some desperately low temperatures.

“On average we're talking minus four or five but lows we might see up around Chesham and that area you may well see minus eight to ten potentially.”

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2:56pm Tue 22 Jan 13

Gerry47 says...

During the winter months expect temperatures to fall, sometimes below zero with an increased chance of snow and ice. As we move into spring temperatures will rise but with risk of heavy rainfall and flooding, expect some clear sunny days with moderately warm temperatures as we move into early summer. After a period of unusually dry weather and drought will be declared followed by torrential rainfall and further flooding with periods of hot sunny days and humid nights . As the country moves into late summer and early Autumn there will be two weeks of unuaslly hot weather which willbe delcared an "Indian Summer" followed by more rainfall and flooding. Temperatures will again fall as we move into the early winter months. There will be a slight chance of a white Christmas but will probably be dull, overcast and miserable, then in early January a sudden drop in temperatures will cause snow to cripple the country and all schools will be closed until the last bit of snow has melted. Later on as we move into early spring temperatures will start to rise but with an increased risk of heavy rainfall and flooding........etc etc etc for the rest of time .
During the winter months expect temperatures to fall, sometimes below zero with an increased chance of snow and ice. As we move into spring temperatures will rise but with risk of heavy rainfall and flooding, expect some clear sunny days with moderately warm temperatures as we move into early summer. After a period of unusually dry weather and drought will be declared followed by torrential rainfall and further flooding with periods of hot sunny days and humid nights . As the country moves into late summer and early Autumn there will be two weeks of unuaslly hot weather which willbe delcared an "Indian Summer" followed by more rainfall and flooding. Temperatures will again fall as we move into the early winter months. There will be a slight chance of a white Christmas but will probably be dull, overcast and miserable, then in early January a sudden drop in temperatures will cause snow to cripple the country and all schools will be closed until the last bit of snow has melted. Later on as we move into early spring temperatures will start to rise but with an increased risk of heavy rainfall and flooding........etc etc etc for the rest of time . Gerry47
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