UK weather: Meteorologist forecasts the exact day Britain will get snow this autumn

This Morning weatherman predicts snow on the 29th October

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This Morning’s weatherman Dave has predicted snow will hit the north of Lincolnshire in October, saying the first glimpses of the white stuff will likely be around October 29. He said that this autumn is going to be “cold and frosty”. The forecast came after BBC meteorologist Matt Taylor predicted a mini-heatwave that is about to hit the UK this week. 

Speaking to This Morning, Dave said: “That is the true Indian Summer around the 18th of October.

“But, and this is the massive but.

“On the 29, north of Lincolnshire, you will most likely get snow.

“I am very good on snow moons, as you know.”

He went on: “And there’s a snow moon on the 29th of October, followed by two more snow moons in the first three weeks of November.

“So it is gonna be bitterly cold and very frosty.

“That’s bad news for people with gas and electric because your bills are going through the roof.”

This Morning host Holly Willoughby chipped in: “Don’t say that.

“So you’re basically saying, I mean November’s not looking much better actually.

“So you’re saying that this winter is going to be long and bitter and cold and wet.”

Dave answered: “Yes, yes.”

The BBC’s Matt Taylor has forecasted much of England to experience dry and sunny conditions this morning. 

Mr Taylor told BBC Breakfast: “Today across the north of the country, across parts of Scotland we have some pretty wet and breezy weather pushing in at the moment.

“But dry and reasonable sunny day across much of eastern England.

“Little bit more cloud to the west.

“Still some brighter conditions to the southeast of Scotland, the southeast of Northern Ireland.”

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