When Lewisham, Croydon and Bromley are expected to get snow this weekend

We’re not sure what it is but there is something magical about snow.

It might just be because we don’t experience it a lot.

But that’s going to change over the next few days.

Snow is set to fall in London this weekend after days of strong winds caused by Storm Christoph.

It’s unlikely snowfall in the capital will be as heavy as that seen up North in recent days, but Londoners can expect to see some snow nonetheless.

Lewisham, Bromley and Croydon are all expected to experience some snow.

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All three boroughs are expected to have a dry Friday (January 22) and Saturday (January 23), with sunny spells predicted throughout.

Temperatures are set to be warmer on Friday, ranging between 3C and 8C, before dropping sharply on Saturday and Sunday (January 24).

According to BBC Weather, the three boroughs can expect some snowfall late Sunday morning, up until the early evening.

Croydon is predicted to see some snow first from 10am, followed by Lewisham and Bromley an hour later, from 11am.

Residents can also expect to see rainfall alongside the snow, with at least a 30 per cent chance of rainfall across all three boroughs, peaking between 12pm and 3pm.

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The South London boroughs can expect the snow and rainfall to stop by 6pm, followed by a cool night ranging between 0C and 1C.

As the capital emerges from Storm Christoph, all three boroughs will ease back into gentle breezes throughout the weekend, with predicted wind speeds ranging from 4mph to 7mph.

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