Already in the last article, we updated the forecast for an unpoming peak of Winter 2021/2022 in continental Europe /https://mkweather.com/continental-europe-a-peak-of-winter-2021-2022-is-still-forecast-a-week-lasting-cold-blast-with-temperatures-below-20c-between-19-26-january-is-possible// and now, we should look at British Islands.
Cold Greenlandic and Arctic air will shift above the British Islands a little earlier, than above central parts of the continent, with a predicted peak between 17.-25. January 2022.
Minimum temperatures up to -15°C in Scottish valleys and -10°C in England or Ireland are according to current materials possible (near good conditions (snow cover, clear skies, very dry air, clam winds,…) are temperatures more than 5°C lower than are showing outputs of GFS).
The temperature in 850 hPa falls into an interval -10/-15°C.
Snowflakes are predicted for most of the British Islands, especially the northern half, with possible blizzard conditions in Scotland.
Unfortunately, in February and March 2022 is forecast very warm and dry NAO+ weather, which should have early-spring character /https://mkweather.com/ecmwf-6-week-forecast-for-europe-until-21-february-2022/; https://mkweather.com/early-spring-in-february-2022-is-confirming-strong-nao-is-predicted//.
On the other hand, late-season frosts or snowfall around April 2022 are according to Mkweather Spring 2022 forecast, possible (very bad effect to harvest in 2022) /https://mkweather.com/spring-2022-forecast-for-europe-early-dry-late-stormy-very-warm//.
During the possible upcoming peak of winter, stay safe and warm.
Source: wetterzentrale.de, tropicaltidbits.com