UK news Cambs towns where heavy snow is forecast this afternoon last minute news
MetiNews.Com - There could be snowy scenes in the city centre according to the BBC forecast
Breaking News ! There’s a chance Cambridge could see some serious snowfall this afternoon (January 14). According to the BBC’s latest weather forecast, ‘heavy snow’ is predicted to fall from 3pm until 5pm, raising expectations of snowy scenes in the city centre. Snow is also forecast for other parts of Cambridgeshire at a similar time including Huntingdon, St Neots, St Ives and Ely. Peterborough is also forecast to see heavy snow fall later this afternoon around 3pm, lasting for a couple of hours. However, the Met Office is forecasting a wetter day in Cambridge, with a more moderate prediction for sleet at 2pm followed by heavy rain. Check the latest weather in your area: The UK’s national weather service is instead forecasting snow this weekend. It suggests there will be ‘light snow’ by late morning on Saturday (January 16) in Cambridge and surrounding areas. The Met Office’s snowflake icon appears from 9am until 3pm on Saturday. Whereas the BBC is forecasting sleet instead of snow, from around 8am on Saturday morning with a generally rainy day in-store.
. There's also an amber warning for snow across areas in Scotland and northern England - raising the possibility of power cuts and roads being blocked.
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In Cambridge, the differences in forecast temperatures seem to account for the contrasting reports from the BBC and the Met Office. While the latter predicts warmer conditions of 3 to 4 degrees Celsius in the afternoon, the BBC says temperatures could drop to 1-degree celsius from 3pm, creating a good chance of snow. But we’ll just have to wait and see. Let us know if it’s snowing where you are this afternoon, and share your photos with our newsdesk at firstname.lastname@example.org.