Weather forecasts change the exact date when snow falls in the UK in November

Forecasters have changed the date for when they expect snow to fall in November – and it may be faster than you think.

With temperatures dropping as we get closer and closer to December, weather experts predict that snow may fall for Bonfire Night.

The sky will be lit up in colorful fireworks this Saturday and Sunday as people celebrate the event, also known as Guy Fawkes Day, reports Birmingham Live.

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The snow will hit the Northeast in November
The snow will hit the Northeast in November

And with the frosty weather, anyone attending a show for a hot chocolate, hot dog, burger or chips will need their gloves, scarves and hats.

Jim Dale of British Weather Services told the Sun newspaper: “It’s getting colder.

“The jet stream will move south over the next few days, allowing a northerly, polar air flow.

“Bryger can become wintry over the hills in the north and there will be a risk of frost.”

Exacta Weather’s James Madden told the publication: “We could start to see some significant snow events over higher terrain.

“Looking to Bonfire Night and there will be a risk of widespread frost as we get a taste of some early winter conditions.”

It comes after the Met Office has hinted that snow may fall between November 15 and November 29.

The clocks have changed and the weather has taken a sharp turn towards the colder ones, with a snap in the air and cool conditions that prevailed earlier this week.

The dark nights have also begun, with it getting dark around 5pm after the clocks were changed over the weekend.

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