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Our special operations team, helping you in severe weather

Keep track of major weather incidents affecting roads around the UK, with the help of our 'storm-chasing' Special Operations Response Team (AA SORT for short). Our SORT team supports the AA's regular patrol force and is sent out during bouts of severe weather – usually situations involving floods, snow, ice and mud.

The team has had rigorous rescue training and often works alongside the local police, fire and rescue services, Mountain Rescue, and the Highways Agency, among others. This is the place to find out what they're up to.

We've also teamed up with expert meteorologist Matthew Hugo, BSc, FRMetS, RMet, who has more than seven years of forecasting experience, including winter hazard forecasting, to make sure you have useful information when you need it. Check our severe weather page for Met Office warnings.

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Friday 30th 10am

Very cold, further risk of snow

  • A cold or very cold weekend ahead with temperatures below or well below average
  • Continued risk of a significant wind-chill factor at times with it ‘feeling’ sub-zero
  • Risk of further sleet and snow at times, especially across Scotland, Ireland, Wales and E England
  • Risk of penetrating frosts given the strength of the wind and widespread icy conditions
  • Cold weather set to last well into next week with further wintry conditions likely

Saturday and Sunday

The cold weather that has developed in recent days is set to stay across all areas of the UK and this will weekend will be dominated by a very cold northerly wind. This will maintain a risk of sleet and snow showers at times, almost anywhere could see some wintry showers this weekend. Further drifting and blowing snow is possible at times too, especially across higher ground of Scotland and N Ireland. In-between wintry showers drier and brighter conditions are expected with some sunny spells too. Widespread frosts and icy conditions are expected nationwide and the frosts being particularly harsh given the strong N’ly wind. Wind-chill values across the northern half of the UK will make it ‘feel’ like the temperature is between -5C and -10C at times.

Potential severe weather and temperatures

  • Widespread frost and ice risk this weekend with some travel disruption possible
  • Further snow for parts of the country also likely to lead to some travel disruption, mainly Scotland, N Ireland, W Wales and perhaps E England
  • Wind-chill factor will be significant and noteworthy from the UK’s perspective with a bitterly cold N’ly wind at times

Temperatures will be below or well below average this weekend with Sunday most likely to be the coldest day of the weekend. Maximum temperatures on Saturday between 1-6C, though. Into Sunday and maximum temperatures ranging -1C and 3C are expected generally with many rural areas of the north, especially where there is snow cover, will struggle to see temperatures reach freezing. Nights will be dominated by temperatures at or below freezing away from coastal areas and widespread frosts and ice are expected.

Matt Hugo, Meteorologist

Monday 26th 10am

Wintry weather set to return

  • A rather quiet and benign start to the new week but becoming increasingly cold and wintry from Wednesday
  • Risk of some disruptive snowfall for parts of the north and west of the UK in particular
  • Frost and icy conditions will become a significant hazard during the second half of the week
  • Risk of a significant wind-chill factor too with it ‘feeling’ sub-zero across many areas to end the week
  • Cold weather currently set to last into the coming weekend as well

Monday and Tuesday

A rather quiet and benign start to the new working week with a mixture of sunshine and showers for Scotland and Ireland through the rest of Monday but with many areas bright, dry and with a chilly NW’ly wind. There is potential for some frost overnight into Tuesday, which is another dry day with bright or sunny spells, though it will become increasingly wet and windy across Scotland and Ireland later in the day.

Wednesday

Moving into Wednesday sees a change to much colder weather across the UK. A relatively mild, wet and windy start to the day is expected across England and Wales as of rain progress south-eastwards but with a rapid drop in temperature then following to many areas through the day. Showers will become increasingly wintry with snow falling to low levels across Scotland, Ireland and N England by the end of the day, with accumulations, and some snow showers potentially extending further south and east later in the day. Frost, ice and a significant wind-chill factor will affect many areas by evening and overnight.

Thursday

snow risk map

Into Thursday and it’s a cold and showery day with the showers falling as snow to low levels across many areas, but with the most frequent snow showers expected across Scotland, Ireland, N England and Wales. Across these areas some significant snowfall is possible, especially above 150m with perhaps over 10cm of snow by the end of the day. Wintry showers are possible further south and east too as a strong NW’ly wind blows the showers well inland, but no significant accumulations are expected for southern and eastern areas of England. The main areas at risk of some disruptive snowfall totals have been highlighted.

Friday

Some uncertainties over the details but the wintry weather is set to continue with a cold and icy start across many areas and with further wintry showers, but perhaps with a trend for the showers to fall as rain or sleet at lower levels, with the snow being confined to higher ground of the north.

Potential severe weather and temperatures

  • Travel disruption is expected across the above highlighted areas late Wednesday and through into Thursday from significant snow accumulations
  • Widespread frost and icy conditions expected from Wednesday night onwards nationwide with subsequent poor driving/traveling conditions
  • Significant wind-chill factor developing too with it feeling sub-zero across many areas to end the week

Temperatures are expected to be near to average on Monday and Tuesday ranging 4-8C generally. From Wednesday onwards temperatures fall and become below average with highs of 1-4C generally, though perhaps remaining sub-zero across higher ground of the north. Temperatures by night are expected to widely fall near or below freezing from Wednesday night onwards with frost and icy conditions.

Matt Hugo, Meteorologist

Wednesday 21st 1pm

Changeable and gradually getting milder

  • Mainly dry for many areas on Thursday with some bright or sunny spells and remaining cold
  • Risk of further frost and icy conditions during Wednesday night and into Thursday
  • Milder and more unsettled conditions developing from the north-west on Friday
  • Risk of some heavy precipitation moving south and east across the UK during the day
  • Colder weather following to end Friday, but not as cold as of late
  • Early weekend outlook is cold on Saturday and then milder by Sunday, much milder too

Thursday

Many areas will have a predominantly dry day on Thursday after another cold start though with frost and icy patches, especially across areas where there is snow cover. For most of England and Wales some prolonged spells of sunshine are expected through the afternoon with just variable amounts of cloud. Across Ireland and W Scotland it will become cloudier through the day though with some rain expected here by the end of the day.

Friday

A milder day than of late with cloud and outbreaks of rain and showers steadily moving south and east across the UK. Some sleet and snow is possible on high ground for a time, but otherwise a thaw of lying snow is expected during Friday given that most areas will see some rain for a time. There is a risk of some heavy rain later in the day across parts of the south and south-east of England which may bring a risk of some localised flooding. Cold weather will follow the rain across Scotland and Ireland to end the day though and showers here will turn wintry once again by the end of the day and into Saturday.

Potential severe weather and temperatures

  • Continued risk of frost and icy conditions through to Friday morning, thereafter the risk temporarily reduces.
  • Risk of some heavy rain across parts of the south and south-east of England later on Friday which may bring some localised flooding in places.

Temperatures will remain depressed during Thursday with highs of 2-7C. Across higher ground of N England and Scotland, especially where there is snow cover, then temperatures will once again struggle to rise much above freezing. Temperatures during Friday however will be on the rise with highs ranging 4C to maybe as high as 10C across parts of SW England and Ireland. Freezing temperatures are expected across many areas on Thursday morning in particular with further frost and icy conditions.

Matt Hugo, Meteorologist

Monday 19th 10am

Wintry weather set to dominate

  • A cold and wintry week of weather ahead across many areas
  • Risk of some sleet and snow at times, especially later on Tuesday and then also later in the week
  • Plenty of dry and sunny weather too, but this not helping the temperatures which will be below average
  • Some very low minimum temperatures early in the week, with temperatures below -10C in places
  • Risk of widespread frost, ice and some freezing fog patches which will create poor driving conditions

Monday

A very cold and icy start to the day with a widespread frost. Many areas then dry through Monday with bright or sunny spells, but wintry showers possible across E and NE. Thickening cloud will bring outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow into Ireland during the course of the day. Temperatures will fall below freezing this evening across many areas with a return of frost and icy conditions.

Tuesday

Outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow across Ireland early on Tuesday slowly moving further east and potentially bringing the risk of some sleet and snow to parts of Scotland, N England, Wales and the Midlands. There is some potential for some accumulations and possible travel disruption to end the day.

Wednesday

A mostly cloudy start to the day with overnight rain, sleet and snow gradually clearing away to leave most areas dry with perhaps some bright spells into the afternoon. Snow may well lead to some disruption early in the day across parts of E and SE England, but details are uncertain for now.

Thursday and Friday

A mainly dry and cold start to Thursday with a widespread frost and icy patches possible. As the end of the week progresses though it is likely to become more unsettled with spells of rain, sleet and snow spreading south and east across many areas during Friday. There is significant uncertainties at the moment regarding the details as to which areas may see further snow, but a slightly milder end to the week may well mean any snow is restricted to high ground of the north.

Potential severe weather and temperatures

  • Wintry week ahead with frost, ice, sleet and snow all potential hazards at times for driving and traveling with freezing fog locally also an additional risk
  • Risk of snow is most likely later on Tuesday and into Wednesday and then perhaps later in the week but with significant uncertainties over the details
  • Temperatures below average throughout much of the week, though perhaps slightly milder by Friday

Temperatures throughout the week will be below average with highs ranging 2-5C generally across most areas. However, up until Thursday, across higher ground of the north and where there is snow cover temperatures may not rise above freezing during daylight hours. There’ll be a persistent risk of frost and ice by night with many areas seeing temperatures fall to freezing or below and early in the week temperatures may well fall below -10C across rural areas of the north where there is snow cover, otherwise minimum temperatures will range between -1 & -4C.

Matt Hugo, Meteorologist

Friday 16th 10am

Cold and wintry weekend ahead

  • A cold and wintry weekend with a risk of sleet and snow in places
  • Risk of some disruptive snowfall across parts of Scotland, Ireland, NW England and Wales in particular
  • Cold nights with widespread frost and icy patches, temperatures -5C to -10C in places on Sunday night
  • Risk of rain, sleet and snow across more southern areas of the UK on Sunday
  • Temperatures slightly below or below average
  • Cold weather is expected to continue well into next week

Friday

Sunshine and wintry showers across many northern and western areas of the UK throughout Friday, falling increasingly as snow even to low levels. Some accumulations are possible across Scotland, Ireland and NW England by the end of Friday, particularly so above 150-200m where 2-5cm of snowfall is possible. Further south and east it is expected to be drier and brighter. Widespread frost and icy patches are expected to develop this evening.

Saturday

A further mixture of sunshine and wintry showers for many areas of Scotland, Ireland, N England and Wales with snow falling to quite low levels. By the end of Saturday parts of Scotland, Ireland and NW England may well have up to 5cm to 10cm of snow on high ground. Further south across southern and eastern England a few wintry showers are possible, but generally it will be predominantly dry, bright and cold. A widespread frost and icy patches are expected early and late.

Sunday

Some uncertainties over Sunday’s weather with a risk of some longer spells of rain, sleet and snow developing across some central and southern areas of England which may bring some snow accumulations in places. Overall though it is another day of sunshine and wintry showers, the showers most prevalent across Scotland and E England by Sunday as winds become more northerly. Further ice and frost is expected both early and late in the day with a potentially very cold night on Sunday night into Monday.

Potential severe weather and temperatures

  • Snow accumulations and travel disruption possible across W and SW Scotland, N and W Ireland and NW England through Friday and Saturday, risk >5cm in places.
  • Widespread frost and icy patches this weekend bringing local travel disruption and hazardous driving conditions
  • Risk of a very cold night on Sunday night in particular with temperatures, especially over snow cover, falling to between -5C and -10C by Monday morning
  • Risk of some disruptive snowfall across central areas of England on Sunday but confidence low.

Temperatures are expected to be below average over the coming few days with maximum temperatures across Scotland, Ireland and N England ranging 1-3C generally, whilst elsewhere temperatures may reach 5C. Minimum temperatures across many inland areas of the UK will fall below freezing in the coming days and with some particularly low minimum temperatures, especially Sunday night.

Matt Hugo, Meteorologist

Wednesday 14th 1pm

Remaining cold and unsettled

  • Very unsettled to end the week with stormy conditions later today and into Thursday
  • Heavy rain and snow melt leading to a risk of localized flooding in places too
  • Colder weather quickly returns though to end the week and continue into the coming weekend
  • Risk of sleet and snow showers across Scotland, Ireland and N England during Friday
  • Early indications for the weekend is for it to be cold and wintry across most areas

Wednesday

Cold throughout the rest of Wednesday with wintry showers dying out to leave a drier spell of weather across Scotland, England and Wales. Across Ireland it will become increasingly wet and windy through the afternoon and these wet and windy conditions, with quite widespread gales will spread across all areas overnight.

Thursday

Persistent rain quickly clearing away to the east of the UK and then many areas seeing sunshine and blustery showers, but with the showers merging to give longer spells of rain in the north and west and with some sleet and snow on higher ground. Emphasis on Thursday however is on the threat of severe gales across Ireland, Scotland and N England with gusts up to 70mph possible leading to some travel disruption and possible structural damage in places too.

Friday

Gales and severe gales quickly clearing away to the north-east of the UK and then many areas becoming colder once again. A mixture of sunshine and showers, the showers falling increasingly as sleet and snow across Scotland, Ireland, N England and Wales and especially above 200m with some accumulations possible by the end of the day. The showers will be more scattered further south and east A cold day is expected for many areas and becoming very cold overnight with widespread frost and icy patches.

Potential severe weather and temperatures

  • Gales and heavy rain Wednesday night into Thursday bringing the risk of travel disruption
  • Focus on the strongest winds is likely through Thursday across Scotland, Ireland and N England with gusts up to 70mph possible, with travel disruption and some structural damage
  • Wintry precipitation returning on Friday may lead to some accumulations and travel disruption across northern and western areas of the UK
  • Wintry weather will continue into the coming weekend to maintain the risk of some travel disruption due to icy conditions and sleet and snow showers.

Temperatures are expected to very briefly recover to end Wednesday and overnight into Thursday, rising to 4-8C generally and this along with heavy rain will lead to a widespread snowmelt. However, temperatures will then fall once again to end the week with maximum temperatures on Thursday and Friday ranging 2-8C.

Matt Hugo, Meteorologist

Monday 12th 10am

Cold and unsettled

  • Highly changeable week ahead with heavy rain, gales, sleet and snow all possible at times
  • Risk of heavy rain across southern areas of England through Monday, possible disruption in places
  • Colder for many Tuesday into Wednesday with a risk of sleet, snow, frost and ice
  • Wet and windy Wednesday into Thursday with heavy rain and gales moving across many areas
  • Turning colder and showery once again to end the week
  • Mild start to the week, especially across southern areas of the UK, otherwise quite a cold week ahead

Monday

Wet and windy weather moving south-east across England and Wales will become slow moving across southern areas of England and Wales through the rest of the day with up to 30mm of rainfall possible in places. Across Scotland, Ireland and N England, it will become colder through the day with sunshine and showers, these turning increasingly wintry across Scotland and Ireland.

Tuesday

Outbreaks of rain clearing away to the south-east and then many areas of the UK seeing a mixture of sunshine and wintry showers as a cold day develops. The showers will fall as sleet and snow to relatively low levels and almost anywhere could see a few snow showers through the day. However, across parts of Scotland, Ireland, N England, Wales and SW England then more organized sleet and snow is possible and with some accumulations possible by the end of the day.

Wednesday

A cold start with widespread frost and icy patches and perhaps some residual wintry showers. It is expected to turn wet and windy from the west through the day, with gales and heavy rain moving across all areas by the end of the day and into the overnight period. Some disruption is possible due to the heavy rain and strong winds and there may also be a spell of snow for higher ground of Scotland as well.

Thursday and Friday

Wet and windy to start Thursday with gales and perhaps severe gales for the north with heavy rain. This clearing away and the end of the week then becomes colder with a mixture of sunshine and wintry showers, the showers most prevalent across the north and west, whilst the south and east are generally drier and brighter. Overnight frosts and icy patches possible.

Potential severe weather and temperatures

  • Heavy rain through Monday across S England potentially leading to some flooding in places and travel disruption
  • Sleet and snow showers on Tuesday and overnight into Wednesday bringing a risk of travel disruption in places
  • Gales and heavy rain across many areas later on Wednesday and overnight into Thursday bringing poor driving and traveling conditions with perhaps some disruption to transport services
  • Frost and icy patches a threat throughout the week but especially by night on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

Mild across S England through Monday with highs ranging 8-12C. Many areas are then expected to be cold during Tuesday with highs ranging 3-6C. Colder conditions then dominating throughout the rest of the week with a risk of temperatures falling near to or below freezing by night, but Wednesday night will be a milder night due to the wind and rain.

Matt Hugo, Meteorologist

Friday 9th 10am

Cold and showery

  • Risk of further heavy rain and gales on Friday and into Saturday across northern areas
  • Wet and windy weather then clearing to cold and showery conditions this weekend
  • Risk of sleet and snow showers through Saturday and overnight into Sunday across the north and west
  • Temperatures falling rapidly through Saturday and with a significant wind-chill factor this weekend
  • Wintry showers early on Sunday being replaced by milder conditions with rain across northern areas
  • Mainly dry for most southern areas of the UK on Sunday with bright or sunny spells

Friday

Another area of low pressure will pass to the north of the UK later today and into Saturday bringing a renewed spell of wet and windy weather, conditions will not be as extreme as has been the case overnight. Still, many areas of the UK will become wet and windy to end Friday with the risk of gales and heavy rain, especially across many northern and western areas of the UK.

Saturday

Into Saturday and an active weather front is forecast to quickly move down across the UK bringing a spell of heavy rain and squally showers. Following behind will be a rapid drop in temperatures as a much colder NW’ly wind develops. This will then signal the majority of Saturday and Saturday night to be dominated by showery conditions, falling increasingly as sleet and snow across Scotland, Ireland and N England with some accumulations possible by the end of Saturday, especially above 150m to 200m.

Sunday

A cold and showery start to the day with further wintry showers across many northern and western areas, whilst for more southern areas of England it is a dry and bright start to the day. The showers will be replaced by more prolonged spells of rain across Scotland, Ireland and later N England with temperatures rising slightly and any wintry precipitation becoming increasingly restricted to highest ground.

Potential severe weather and temperatures

  • Renewed spell of wet and windy weather through Friday and into Friday night perhaps bringing some further travel disruption and generally poor driving conditions to surface water and spray
  • Risk of accumulating snow across Scotland, Ireland and N England as Saturday progresses, risk of up to 5cm to 10cm of snow across the hills of Scotland and N Ireland in particular with blizzard conditions for a time, lower amounts across N England.

A very mild end to the week is expected with temperatures rising through Friday and with highs ranging 9-13C. A particularly mild overnight period is then expected into Saturday with a very mild start to the weekend across England and Wales. However, it will become markedly colder through the weekend with temperatures ranging 3-8C.

Matt Hugo, Meteorologist

Wednesday 7th 10am

Stormy weather on the way

  • Increasingly wet and windy to end the week, especially in the north
  • Risk of severe gales and storm force winds across Scotland in particular
  • Strong winds and gales widely expected across Ireland, N England and N Wales too
  • Wet weather expected at times, risk of some large rainfall totals across W and SW Scotland
  • Temperatures oscillating still with a colder day on Thursday before a very mild day on Friday
  • Early weekend outlook is cold and wintry on Saturday into Sunday, then milder by late Sunday

Thursday

On Thursday many areas will then see a mixture of sunshine and scattered showers. The showers will be most frequent across northern and western areas of the UK where they may be wintry on high ground. Rain across the far south and south-east of England may take some time to clear during the morning but once it does those areas will have a predominantly dry and bright day.

Friday

Overnight on Thursday and into Friday will see some particularly stormy conditions develop across the northern half of the UK with severe gales and storm force winds across Scotland during the early hours of Friday and into Friday morning. Winds gusting up to 90mph for a time along with heavy rain and squally showers will inevitably lead to travel disruption. Many areas of Ireland, N England and Wales will also be wet and windy early on Friday, before becoming somewhat drier and brighter for a time.

Further stormy conditions are then expected to develop, again across the northern half of the UK later on Friday and into Saturday. Scotland is once again at primary risk of disruptive conditions, heavy rain may also lead to some localised flooding in places too.

Potential severe weather and temperatures

  • Severe gales and storm force winds with winds gusting up to 90mph possible across parts of Scotland into the early hours of Friday morning
  • Risk of widespread heavy rain and strong or gale force winds across Ireland, N England and Wales
  • Further very strong winds re-developing across Scotland in particular later on Friday and into Saturday

Temperatures will continue to oscillate significantly, with highs ranging 5-10C on Thursday, by Friday a very mild day is expected highs ranging 8-12C.

Matt Hugo, Meteorologist

Monday 5th 10am

Often unsettled – gales and heavy rain expected:

  • A generally unsettled week ahead with rain and showers at times
  • Risk of heavy rain across Scotland, Ireland, N England and Wales
  • Gales or severe gales mid-week across the north of the UK and then later in the week too
  • Risk of some localised flooding from cumulative rainfall totals through the week across Scotland

Monday

The new week starts with some patchy rain and drizzle in places. Some bright intervals may develop in places through the afternoon, but these will be short lived. More organized spells of rain are expected to move into Scotland and Ireland this evening/overnight. Some extensive hill fog is expected across Scotland and N England throughout the day leading to poor driving conditions across higher level routes.

Tuesday

Zone of cloudy conditions with outbreaks of heavy rain and showers will move west to east through the day. Quickly following on behind will be drier, brighter but colder conditions with a few showers, especially in Scotland where they will be wintry. A chilly night to follow is expected with possible frost in places too.

Wednesday

A wet and windy day across many areas, but especially across Scotland, Ireland, N England and Wales with outbreaks of rain and showers throughout the day. Some large rainfall totals possible in with perhaps some localised flooding. Gales are also expected too across the north and west of the UK with winds gusting upto 60mph possible which when combined with the heavy rain will lead to a particularly inclement day for traveling across a large portion of the UK.

Thursday & Friday

Overnight rain clears on Thursday leaving most areas drier, brighter but colder with a scattering of showers. The showers will fall as sleet and snow above 250m to 300m across Scotland with perhaps some slight accumulations. Elsewhere some prolonged bright spells are expected once early rain clears the south of England. There remains some uncertainties over the details but a renewed spell of very wet and very windy conditions are then expected into Friday with Scotland, Ireland and N England at primary risk of large rainfall totals and gales to bring a potentially disruptive end to the week.

Potential severe weather and temperatures

Severe weather this week ranges from localised icy patches on Tuesday night into Wednesday, to gales and heavy rain (50mm possible) and ending with wintry showers possible across higher ground of Scotland on Thursday.

poor driving and traveling conditions expected across Scotland, Ireland and N England on Friday as further gales and heavy rain develop with a risk of localised flooding too.

Matt Hugo, Meteorologist

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About the Special Operations Response Team (SORT)

Each vehicle is double-crewed and trained in flood response and search and rescue (certified to DEFRA Level 3) trained by the same people who train the RNLI and many fire service teams. Crews also undergo 4x4 driver training RoSPA certified, and regularly undertake joint multi-agency training exercises.

Meet some of the team

Darron Burness

Operations Manager Special Operations Response Team

Darron Burness

While at school, I completed two weeks' work experience at AA Workshop in Birmingham, before joining the AA in 1991 as an workshop apprentice. I worked my way up to a Technical Specialist Patrol for Birmingham and Worcester.

August 2008 was a pivotal moment, when I attended the first 4x4 AA SORT course as a Patrol member of the SORT Team.

As well as being Area Manager for Coventry and Northampton, then Wolverhampton and Black Country managing 60 AA Patrols, I started to assist with managing the SORT team during deployments. Since December 2010 I have been managing the AA's response during severe weather and the AA's presence at shows and festivals throughout the year.


Matt Hugo

Meteorologist

Matt Hugo

I have a passion and interest in the weather from a very young age is what has driven me for many years to become a weather forecaster. Through years of education including a science degree and a year spent studying in Canada I finally made the break through in my late 20s and became a forecaster.

Now, with over seven years worth of operational forecasting experience from winter hazard forecasting, and convective forecasting in summer to forecasting for the oil and gas industry, I have a solid understanding of the weather and forecasting. I'm now a Fellow of The Royal Meteorological Society (FRMetS) and live in Lancashire with my wife and little boy.


 

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