Weather maps pinpoint exactly when Arctic freeze will plunge Britain to -4C

Britain is facing an icy plunge later this month that could send the mercury as low as -4C in some parts of the country.

The Met Office's forecast for the rest of November warns of temperatures "dipping to below average at times" with "spells of unsettled weather" expected, particularly in the north.

Advanced weather modelling maps from WX Charts show exactly when the coldest of these dips will come.

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On Saturday, November 25, they show temperatures in the south of England, the Midlands, Wales and Northern Ireland could drop as low as 2C. Parts of the north of England could go to 0C.

Minimum temperature readings show -4C is possible for some in Scotland. Snow could also be on the cards there, particularly over higher ground.

WX Charts' maps suggest another temperature dip will then come one week later on December 2, when people right across the country could be waking up to 0C or below. Only in Northern Ireland, East Anglia and the south west are minimum temperatures readings above 0C.

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Thankfully, the Met Office has said the start of December could be a little warmer than average for that time of year. The Met Office forecast up to December 14 reads: "Mild, wet and windy conditions most likely to dominate the period as a whole, with periods of strong winds and some heavy rain or showers at times, especially in the north of the UK.

"The driest and most settled conditions will probably be across southern areas. Temperatures will most likely be around normal or a little above, with overnight frost becoming more prevalent given the time of year."

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