According to the latest forecasts, snow will fall in Kent this weekend.
We’re lucky if we get showers settling in the county every year, with heavy snowfall quite rare in the South East.
It means that the winter boots and the sleds are often stored in the closet year after year, collecting cobwebs and dust.
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However, that could soon change.
According to a new weather map from WX Charts, snow will fall in Kent on Saturday (November 27).
The promising update has even been supported by BBC weather.
Saturday’s (November 27) forecast on their website shows a snow cloud, which is an encouraging sign for anyone hoping for gusty winds.
The description of the day in Kent is “light snow and moderate breeze”.
However, judging the forecast in more detail, there could be snowfall in Kent for up to seven hours straight.
The BBC predicts light snow will fall on Saturday morning (November 27) and could last until noon.
However, there is also a chance of some rain, but the afternoon seems to remain dry.
Temperatures on Saturday (November 27) have been forecast as 4C, while on Sunday (November 28) the mercury appears to drop to just 3C.
While the snowfall may be just a few light showers, they are certainly promising signs of more of the same as we head into December.
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