London Weather: The exact date London is set to receive its first snowfall

While the long winter months can be particularly miserable in London, there is a brief relief every time it snows.

Suddenly, our cold city looks like something straight out of a Dickens novel, and every little bump becomes a madness of children sledding and slightly worried parents.

That’s why everyone is so eager to hear when the snow hits the city

Fortunately, Londoners do not have to wait too long.

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Forecaster Accuweather has predicted that the first day of snow will fall in the capital – December 11.

They use numerous sources such as weather observations, advanced technology, year-on-year forecasts, and advanced algorithms to make their long-term predictions.

On December 11, they forecast significantly cloudy in the morning with the possibility of a “snow shower”.

They have you there, the first glimpse of snow.

By that time, the temperatures will also be low enough to get some bottom.

With a low of -2C on December 11, any snow could last a while.

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