Ice bomb to hit Britain with snow for one part as summer gets off to a chilly start

The colour-coded map shows a section of purple- indicating snow - over Scotland on June 4
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An ice bomb is to hit the country with snow for one area as summer is set to get off to a chilly start. That is according to latest weather maps from WXCharts.

It shows a snowy start to June with Glasgow will be coated with flurries on June 4, according to the Mirror. While we are unlikely to see any of the white stuff here in Coventry and Warwickshire, there will be unseasonally cold weather as we head into the first week of June.

While today is set to be sunny and warm, the Met Office forecast for our region shows that brisk winds are set to lead to temperatures falling on Tuesday (June 4). This will be accompanied by rain showers.

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The most up to date Met Office online forecast predicts that it is going to become 'rather showery' on Wednesday and Thursday of this week as the weather turns less settled. The online forecast is a follows:


Any early morning mist soon lifting leaving much of the day, dry and sunny. Skies turning a little hazy during the afternoon. Feeling pleasantly warm in the sunshine. Maximum temperature 19C.


A bright end to the afternoon, but skies will turn increasingly hazy from the north. Cloudier conditions reaching the region overnight. Minimum temperature 10C.


Cloudy but largely dry and bright on Monday. The cloud may be thick enough to give the odd spot of drizzle here and there during the afternoon. Maximum temperature 17C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday

Slowly turning less settled from the north over the coming days with outbreaks of rain and brisk winds arriving on Tuesday. Becoming rather showery Wednesday and Thursday.

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