Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar weekend weather forecast

Hector Dobney, 10, has fun in the snow at the lagoon on Waterside, Welwyn Garden City. Picture: Dann

Hector Dobney, 10, has fun in the snow at the lagoon on Waterside, Welwyn Garden City. Picture: Danny Loo - Credit: Archant

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for the area until mid morning, but says the rest of the weekend should be less cold.

Oliver Banks (left) and Hector Dobney, both 10 have fun in the snow at the lagoon on Waterside, Welw

Oliver Banks (left) and Hector Dobney, both 10 have fun in the snow at the lagoon on Waterside, Welwyn Garden City. Picture: Danny Loo - Credit: Archant

The yellow weather warning is in place until 11am today, with temperatures just creeping up to a possible 3 °C.

No more snow is forecast for the weekend or coming week as temperatures are expected to climb back up to a maximum of 7°C on Sunday and possibly even 8°C on Monday and Tuesday.

The Met Office forecast for today is “slightly milder” and cloudy.

“Generally cloudy conditions will prevail. Widespread icy conditions prevailing. Maximum temperature 3 °C,” the Met Office states.

Brandon Loo, four, having fun in the snow at the lagoon on Waterside, Welwyn Garden City. Picture: D

Brandon Loo, four, having fun in the snow at the lagoon on Waterside, Welwyn Garden City. Picture: Danny Loo - Credit: Archant


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Tonight we can expect it to be cloudy and misty.

Compacted snow on the ground is likely to freeze so beware of icy roads and paths.

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Sunday’s forecast by the Met Office is “low cloud and mist slow to clear, allowing only limited sunny intervals to develop. Meanwhile showers or longer spells of rain continue, perhaps with some heavier bursts”.

Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar can expect rain early in the morning on Sunday with a break mid morning and then more rain by 11am continuing into most of the afternoon.

Monday through to Wednesday should be milder and less windy, but with possible “widespread low cloud and patchy fog”.

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