Four Months of Snow Heads for Britain
England could be dove into a long, chilly Game of Thrones style winter with up to four months of snow .
Solidifying tempests could bolt the UK into below zero temperatures for 12 weeks as per one long-extend forecaster.
The Weather Outlook has cautioned the nation confronts the most noticeably bad snowfall for quite a long time – after one of the mildest winters on record in 2015.
In their conjecture, the Weather Outlook said Britain could be hit by tenacious snow for up to four months.
They additionally proposed a White Christmas could be in the offing as the prolonged snowstorm hits amongst November and February.
The conjecture includes individuals ought not be calmed into an incorrect conviction that all is well with the world as winter moves close.
The south of the nation is said to confront “delayed frigid climate”.
In any case, a Met Office representative told the Bristol Post their three-month estimate right now had “no solid predisposition towards any critical snow occasion… alternately especially cool spell”.
“We are expecting a genuinely ordinary British winter,” the representative said.
“All signs appear to be an extremely normal winter. It is looking entirely normal.”
However, a blend of elements means Britain could be in for a long, cool winter, as indicated by the Weather Outlook.
“Early signs propose the coming winter might be altogether distinctive to the keep going one,” their long-run gauge said.