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正確な日付 北極の爆発により、0℃の夜の後に気温が急落します

BRITS are set to shiver in just days as an Arctic blast brings frosty sub-zero temperatures.

The Arctic front is set to hit on Mondaywhich could lead to the coldest temperatures of the year so far.

Temperatures have dropped to 0.0C in Northern parts of Scotland last night

Temperatures have dropped to 0.0C in Northern parts of Scotland last nightクレジット: Louis Wood News Group Newspaper Ltd
Heavy rainfall is expected to hit the South East on Friday

Heavy rainfall is expected to hit the South East on Fridayクレジット: WXCharts

The lowest temperature of the season so far was -1.7C at Shap, Cumbria on September 17.

And last night, temperatures already dropped to as low as 0.0C in parts of Aberdeenshire and could fall as low as -4C in remote areas early next week.

Higher places in Northern スコットランド could see snow at the start of next week as temperatures are set to drop amid icy winds.

Moving further south, すぐにそして大幅に イングランド and parts of Scotland are predicted to experience heavy rainfall.

Heavy showers are also expected in the South East on Friday and scattered showers across the rest of the UK.

しかしながら, some bright skies are forecast for Southern England, which due to remain dry and bright in the early part of next week with temperatures likely to hit a high of 20C.

アイルランド, Met Éireann’s indicated temperatures could swing as low as 3C at night time.

Met Office forecaster Aidan McGivern said: “Across the UK temperatures are going to be below average for the second half of the weekend and into Monday as well as Tuesday.”

With cold air heading south from Iceland Mr McGivern said a “cold plunge” was on its way.

He said it would be “most likely the coldest air of the season so far.”

Mr McGivern added: “It’s certainly going to feel cold first thing with a touch of frost in the North and chilly winds.”

The lowest temperature of the season so far was -1.7C at Shap, Cumbria on September 17.

Aboyne, Aberdeenshire saw the coldest temperature of the year at -9.1C on March 2.