Thu, 05 Apr 2018 . The Island's Met Office is warning of ice and frost affecting the Island this morning. The Met Office has issued a warning for snow and ice for much of eastern England as the unusually mild start to January is brought to an end with an Arctic weather front. The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for ice as gusty winds and clear skies will see temperatures plummet in the next 24 hours. It will be a cold start with hard frost in places and showers in Scotland. Met Éireann, the Irish National Meteorological Service, is the leading provider of weather information and related services for Ireland. The Icelandic Met Office predicts continued cold weather in the country along with […]
The forecast warns of some slight accumulations as well as a slight frost and some icy patches. Ice, frost warning from Met Office. Fog patches in the west could persist all day in a few places. A yellow weather warning has been issued for parts of Somerset as the region prepares to be battered by 27 hours of torrential rain. Summer Frost Predicted as Met Office Issues Severe Weather Warning. A yellow weather warning is in place until 9am after temperatures fell below freezing overnight. The Met Office has two weather warnings in force as up to four inches of snow blast Britain today. Source: Met Office Sarah Kent of the Met Office told Sun Online: “It’s going to stay rather unsettled on Tuesday morning.
Temperatures in Iceland dipped well below zero last night, with the lowest temperatures being recorded by the Icelandic Met Office in Sandskeiði (-16.4°), Húsafell (-15.2°), Grímsstaðir á Fjöllum (-14.1°), and in Víðidalur (-13.7°), near the equestrian centre of the Fákur riding club. Otherwise, mostly dry with sunny periods after a frosty start. Met Office 5-day forecast. By Staff Reporter.