Friday, November 11th 2011, 2:57 PM EST
I noticed the first sign of Snow is mentioned in the following Met Office 30 day forecast. Having had the Piers Corbyn November and December forecast for the past few weeks, the following Met Office detail looks as if it has been either drafed by Piers and WeatherAction, or worse the Met Office have lifted it!!!
UK Outlook for Saturday 26 Nov 2011 to Saturday 10 Dec 2011:
The end of November and start of December look set to see some rather changeable weather across the UK, with rain and wind for most parts at times, though some drier and brighter periods are also likely. Total precipitation amounts are likely to be close to or above the seasonal norm and some snow is likely on high ground in the northern half of the UK. Temperatures are expected to be around average but, at this time of year, that typically means single figure maxima and an increasing chance of overnight frosts. A few milder days are still possible, but on the whole it will feel significantly colder than during the current mild spell.
Updated: 1301 on Fri 11 Nov 2011