The With Office he warned of travel chaos and possible flight cancellations on Saturday, as visibility in some areas drops to just 50 meters.
Temperatures are expected to fall this weekend with the lowest 0C in Wales and the West of England, as a yellow fog weather warning was issued. London, Birmingham and the east of England on Saturday morning.
Drivers should expect “dangerous driving conditions” and slower travel times, delays in bus and rail services are expected.
“There’s the possibility of flight delays or cancellations,” says the Met Office.
Elsewhere today, the fog will slowly rise to low clouds and “cold” will be felt. The Meteorological Office said: “Most will be dry with a lot of clouds and some sunny intervals. Some rain is expected to cover the western parts later.”
This is due to the danger of frost by next Monday, as temperatures in parts of the country are expected to drop to -4C (24F) and people are urged to check on their vulnerable neighbors.
The Coral bookmaker has set a 4-5 odds to record the UK’s coldest January to date, while an even lower 1-2 odds for snow falling in London this month.
Temperatures are expected to fall this weekend with the lowest 0C in Wales and western England, as a fog warning has been issued for London, Birmingham and eastern England. Pictured, fog in the Oxfordshire countryside
Met Office spokesman Stephen Dixon told Metro he was not expecting more snow, but light dust at high altitudes in Scotland, which is expected this time of year. Pictured is a pony in Dundsen, Oxfordshire
As of Thursday afternoon, the Meteorological Office has warned that the regions of West Midlands, East Midlands, East Anglia, London, South East England and South West England will experience cold weather.
Deputy Chief Meteorologist Dan Rudman said: “Overnight lows may drop to -4C in some rural areas, while elsewhere sub-freezing conditions are widespread overnight in the coming days.
‘This will cause some severe frosts and possible icy fog in some places.’
Agostinho Sousa, a public health consultant at UKHSA, added: “As we continue to experience very low temperatures this winter, it is important to remember to check out those who are more sensitive to cold weather, such as older or weak friends and family. , especially if they live alone or with a serious illness. ‘
She said the “most vulnerable” should heat their homes to at least 18 degrees Celsius, especially if they have reduced mobility, are 65 years of age or older or have a medical condition.
She also advised people to wear shoes with good grip if they need to get out in cold weather.
That’s what Met Office spokesman Stephen Dixon said Metro he did not expect more snow, but light dust in the highlands of Scotland, which is expected at this time of year.
Meanwhile, Harry Aitkenhead of Coral said: “As January has not yet reached its third week and temperatures are forecast to be extremely low as the month progresses, we now have a chance to be the coldest in the UK so far.”
He added: ‘Londoners can expect snow this month and white things will fall sharply given our odds.’
A yellow fog warning has been introduced in London, Birmingham, East Anglia and the North East
Drivers should expect “dangerous driving conditions” and slower travel times, delays in bus and rail services are expected. Pictured, Dunsden in Oxfordshire this morning
Elsewhere today, the fog will slowly rise to low clouds and “cold” will be felt. The Meteorological Office said: “Most will be dry with a lot of clouds and some sunny intervals. Some rain is expected to cover the western parts later.” Pictured are cars in Dunsden, Oxfordshire
Dense fog rolling down the River Thames suffocates the town of Gravesend in Kent
Fog is pictured in Gravesend, Kent, early Saturday morning. Drivers were warned to expect poorer visibility
A walker is pictured in a park in Gravesend, Kent during a foggy start to Saturday
The fountain in Gordon Gardens was difficult to see due to fog over Gravesend in Kent on Saturday morning
Runners in the park gathered at Finsbury Park in London on Saturday morning
The fog on Saturday morning did not deter runners in Finsbury Park
On Saturday morning, in the fog in London’s Finsbury Park, we can barely see a lone walker
With the coming cold weather as Britons face a horrific cost-of-living crisis, including rising heating bill costs, the government has advised people to heat the living room during the day and the bedroom during sleep, “if people can’t heat”. all the rooms they use ”.
UKHSA, which issued a cold weather warning, added: “Wearing a few thin layers is better at retaining heat than wearing one thick layer.
“A lot of hot food and drink is also effective for heating.”
The forecast cold weather comes after the British experienced a milder start to the year than usual and follow the warmest New Year’s Day in the UK so far, with St James’s Park in London recording 16.3C (61.3F), beating the previous record of 15, 6C (60.1F). events in Bude in Cornwall, set more than a century ago, in 1916.
And that happened after the country’s sweetest New Year’s Eve the day before, when Merryfield reached 15.8C (60.4F) in Somerset, surpassing the previous 14.8C (58.6F) peak set in 2011 in Colwyn Bay in North Wales.