Met Office UK snow forecast - Liverpool temperatures to plummet but will it snow?

Experts have forecast an Arctic blast to hit the United Kingdom this week, but will it bring snow to Liverpool?

Weather organisations have warned the public that the UK could see as many as five days of snowfall between now and the end of November.

Tyler Ros, who is a representative of agency AccuWeather, confirmed that the most likely period that could see snow is from Wednesday onwards.

“The threat for snow between November 17 and 22 looks to be around normal for the time of the year, which means any accumulating snow is likely to occur in the higher elevations of northern England and Scotland,” he said.

“We do have to watch a cold snap that appears to move into eastern Europe early next week.

“If this bleeds westward towards the UK (with the core of the cold remaining in eastern Europe), then the temperatures will be near to slightly below normal during this stretch,” he added.

But will these chillier temperatures and potentially snowy days be hitting Liverpool this week?

Liverpool (Merseyside) weather forecast

Tonight (Monday)

Skies will remain largely cloudy with an evening that will be incredibly damp, misty and occasional rainfall. Temperatures will be generally mild and it will turn increasingly chilly closer to the Cumbria area. Minimum temperatures of 4℃.


Low clouds and misty skies will continue throughout most of the day. There will be an odd bright period developing. Cumbria will see showers of rain around dusk which will move southeast going into the evening. Temperatures will be mild with highs of 12℃.

Outlook from Wednesday to Friday

Wednesday will be a lot breezier and cooler throughout the day, but skies will be bright with sunny spells and isolated showers. Cloudier and milder on Thursday and Friday with intermittent bright spells and occasional drizzles over the hills.

UK long range weather forecast

Saturday 20 November - Monday 29 November

A cold and potentially cloudy and drizzly start to this period in the north, with some wintery showers following over high ground.

Winds will often be blowing between the west and north.

High pressure will often affect southern areas, bringing largely settled and dry conditions here, this possibly extending countrywide at times.

However, some spells of rain are likely to affect northern areas, accompanied by brisk winds.

There is likely a trend towards colder conditions later in the period, with a risk of wintry showers, mainly in the north.

Otherwise, temperatures are likely to be close to or just below average.

Under high pressure, frost and fog are likely overnight, with any fog slow to clear during the morning.

UK long range weather forecast

Tuesday November 30 - Tuesday December 14:

Conditions remaining similar during late November and early December, with the north-westerly flow dominating.

High pressure close by to the south and southwest will bring a good deal of dry and settled weather, where frost and fog is likely overnight, the fog often slow to clear in the morning.

The weather will be more changeable further north, with spells of rain, and occasional strong winds, this interspersed with sunshine and showers.

Temperatures above average overall, but short-lived colder spells are likely, with the risk of snow and ice, especially in the north.

(Source: The Met Office)