East Anglia Temperature To Dip -8C: British Met Department

January 21, 2017 11:33 pm0 commentsViews: 54

The start of the week will be freezing most parts of the southern England. Wales may see hazardous driving conditions while East Anglia temperature may reach as low as -6C.

Freezing fog will grip several areas of Britain and much of the places to face temperature between -5C and -7C.

According to Met Office, the frosty conditions will persist into next week and hazardous driving conditions could be seen during the rush hour on Monday and Tuesday.

The most affected areas will be southern parts of England and Wales. Fog will struggle to clear in west and north London, the Midlands and south Wales as well.

Meteorologist at the Met Office, Mark Wilson, said about one or two fog patches should be seen on Sunday night.

He added, “Both mornings (Monday and Tuesday) we could see some impact on rush-hour traffic, if we do see those very dense fog patchs.”

However, England will not get the worst of the chilly weather.

Meanwhile, -8.1C temperature was recorded Friday night in South Farnborough, Hampshire.


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