Here’s the exact date when snow is set to fall in Liverpool before the end of January

So far, the month of January has been somewhat mild however temperatures will dip between the end of January and the beginning of February.

Weather experts have identified which day Liverpool is most likely to see snow before the end of January.

Sign up to our LiverpoolWorld Today newsletter satellite weather maps show a large irregular purple patch covering north-west England and in parts of the Midlands also.

The purple section denotes snowfall and according to experts, there is a distinct possibility the white stuff could start to land in Liverpool on the evening of Monday January 31 and Tuesday February 1.

As ever, weather forecasts, such as what is presented by is always subject to change.

The minimum temperature in Liverpool for both dates is expected to fluctuate between -1°C and 4°C.

What is the Met Office saying?

North West England weather forecast

Monday January 24 - Friday January 28


Remaining widely grey and gloomy on Tuesday and feeling cold.

This Evening and Tonight:

Any cloud breaks largely filling in overnight as the cloud lowers, giving some hill fog. A frost is possible in places, especially where any cloud breaks occur, however temperatures staying largely just above freezing in most urban areas. Minimum temperature -2 °C.


Another gloomy day on Tuesday with extensively cloudy skies and any brightness short-lived. Thus, feeling rather cold. Mostly dry but the potential for the odd spot of drizzle in places. Maximum temperature 6 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Largely cloudy on Wednesday and turning breezier later, with some rain pushing through overnight. Windier on Thursday with sunny spells and a few showers. Drier and cloudier on Friday.

(Source: The Met Office)