Snow for London, England tomorrow?


The UK is set to celebrate its coldest “Bonfire Night” for years, and even a few flurries of exceptionally rare early-November snow could fall as far south as Greater London. Bonfire night (aka Guy Fawkes Night) is an annual commemoration observed across the UK on 5 November. It marks the anniversary of the discovery of a plot organized by Catholic conspirators to blow up the Houses of Parliament in London in 1605. Many people light bonfires and set off fireworks to commemorate the event (this year’s celebrations will likely be held on Nov 4 due to a government lockdown coming into effect at 00:01 on Nov 5). A brutal Arctic front is expected to drive temperatures well-below average ACROSS the British Isles, beginning Monday evening. Out-of-season lows of -4C are forecast for Scotland,

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