In the UK, the winter season begins on December 21st and ends on March 20th – meaning there’s still over a month and a half left of the cold (depressing, I know). But will there be any snow during this period?
It’s worth noting that the snow is forecasted alongside rain for each day – so if snowfall does occur, it’s unlikely to settle. Instead, the ground will be more likely to freeze over, so you’ll have to watch your step and be careful while out on the roads.
Meanwhile, another weather forecast source, Metcheck, has forecasted snow on two days for the remainder of the winter in Doncaster – February 26th and March 1st . As for the three days that Accuweather forecasted for snow, Metcheck believes it will merely rain on these days with little to no snowfall. We’ll have to see which of the two are correct.
Regardless, in answer to the initial question, there are five days in which Doncaster could potentially see snow before winter ends and spring begins, according to Accuweather and Metcheck (despite their findings being contradictory). It’s doubtful in any case that the snowfall will be heavy or disruptive – it’s more likely to be a mere light dusting.