Met Office UK snow forecast - wintry conditions set for Manchester this weekend

Experts say there is snow on the way, but will it hit Manchester?

Parts of the UK are expected to get snow by the end of this month.

It is unlikely that Manchester will see snow between now and the end of the month however, conditions are expected to turn wintry.

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Manchester Weather Forecast


Expect damp weather overnight with some mist in lower areas and fog on hills. There is a chance of light rain in some areas, and mild temperatures with a minimum temperature of 4°C.


Tuesday will be much of the same with low cloud, mist of hill fog in the morning. The weather will slowly improve and Manchester will see some brighter weather developing. However, rain is expected to arrive in the evening.

The temperatures will be mild and hit a max temperature of 12°C.

Wednesday to Friday

The weather is set to drop by the middle of the week. Manchester will get bright sunny spells, as well as the odd shower.

Cloud is due to return on Thursday, with the occasional drizzle in hilly areas.

UK-wide long range Weather forecast 20th - 29th November

The start of this period is set to be cloudy and grizzly for most Northern areas. Spells of rain and wind are expected to affect northern areas.

Later in the period the temperature is expected to drop further with risk of wintry showers in northern areas. Other parts are likely to have close to or average temperatures for this time of year.

Frost and fog are expected to hit under high pressure during the nights of this period. Any fog is set to clear by most mornings.

UK-wide long range Weather forecast 30th November - 14th December

The weather during this period is set to be the same as late November. The south and southwest can again expect settled weather and some frost throughout the nights.

The weather will be more unsettled in northern areas, with the spells of rain, strong winds and some potential sunny spells.

Temperatures across the whole of the UK are set to be average before plummeting for short periods of time. There is a risk of snow and ice in northern areas of the UK.

(Source: Met Office)