Liverpool weather: Met Office hour by hour forecast as snow and cold snap hits UK with chilly lows of -15C

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Snow has swept the UK as a cold snap delivers lows of -15C - but when will it hit Liverpool? Here is the Met Office’s hour by hour weather forecast.

This year’s International Women’s Day has brought heavy snowfall and a chilly cold snap to the UK with excruciating lows of -15C. Liverpool is yet to experience a white dusting but the

The coldest night of 2023 in the UK was recorded on Tuesday (March 7) and sub-zero night times are expected to last until Friday (March 10) at least. There are yellow weather alerts in place for freezing temperatures and snow in place for Merseyside on Thursday and Friday.

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Temperatures are continuing to plummet at a time when household energy bills are skyrocketing amid a crippling cost of living crisis. To the extent that the government has made a number of coal power plants operational to meet the demand for energy.

Met Office chief meteorologist Matthew Lehnert said: “Snow, ice and low temperatures are the main themes of this week’s forecast, with the UK under an arctic maritime air mass. Snow could lead to some travel disruption, with a chance some rural communities in the north could be cut off.”

A cold snap and an influx of snowfall has already arrived for parts of Wales and Scotland, as well as Surrey, Bristol and more. Here is everything you need to know about when it hit Liverpool today with a Met Office hour by hour forecast.

Met Office: Liverpool hour by hour weather forecast

Snow will hit Liverpool at 4pm on Wednesday - Credit: Getty ImagesSnow will hit Liverpool at 4pm on Wednesday - Credit: Getty Images
Snow will hit Liverpool at 4pm on Wednesday - Credit: Getty Images | Getty Images
  • 11am: Cloudy skies with dry conditions (2C)
  • 12pm: Cloudy skies with dry conditions (3C)
  • 1pm: Cloudy skies with dry conditions (3C)
  • 2pm: Cloudy skies with dry conditions (3C)
  • 3pm: Grey cloudy skies with dry conditions (3C)
  • 4pm: Grey cloudy skies with rainfall (2C)
  • 5pm: Grey cloudy skies with heavy snowfall (1C)
  • 6pm: Grey cloudy skies with snowfall (1C)
  • 7pm: Grey cloudy skies with snowfall (1C)
  • 8pm: Grey cloudy skies with snowfall (1C)
  • 9pm: Grey cloudy skies with snowfall (1C)
  • 10pm: Grey cloudy skies with dry conditions (2C)
  • 11pm: Grey cloudy skies with dry conditions (2C)
  • 12am: Grey cloudy skies with dry conditions (2C)

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