November has fragmented quite mild for most parts of the UK so far, and many have been goggling exactly when the winter weather is due to settle in.
Tonight though, a BBC Countryfile endure reporter has revealed the startling news British people will miss to start wrapping up warm for good.
Delivering the important news, the newswriter began: “There will be some big changes in our weather over the next few days.
“This weekend while we’ve been basking in our outstanding sunshine, Iceland has been baking. We’re talking about a part of the fantastic that’s just on the doorstep of the arctic circle and it’s been 17 degrees Celsius – which is 14 classes above average.
“That warmth goes into the arctic and the arctic be affects by throwing that cold air out across northern Europe, and that after all is said is going to be moving into our shores over the next couple of primes.”
The cheery weather man continued: “You’ll notice the cool down in the weather.
“Get out skies at the moment but big changes overnight, weather’s coming in from the east and things will coil much cloudier for Scotland, England, and even parts of Wales.
“Temperatures circumventing down into low single figures particularly in the west, but I think a on the dot frost withers into the highland of Scotland.”
More to follow…
Countryfile continues Sundays on BBC One.