Brits could see an end to the ‘mini heatwave’ sweeping the country as snow is predicted to hit parts of the country again next week.
With temperatures expected to remain high on Wednesday, it won’t be long before some of us will be grabbing our hats and scarfs to prepare for another spot of wintery weather.
After two days of record-setting warm weather, Met Office has warned cooler weather is on the way with wet and windy conditions set to hit Britain later this week.
And snow could even fall over higher ground from next week.
The Met Office has said temperatures will be warm across the country on Wednesday, hitting close to 20C. However, it will be cloudier across the Northern Isles and some western coasts.
But Thursday will be a cloudier and noticeably colder day with some fog patches in the east and some rain in the north and west.
The far southwest will experience some heavier rain later in the day, along with strong winds.
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The Met Office said “unsettled conditions are expected on Thursday with showery rain, possibly heavy and thundery, moving east across parts of England and Wales”.
Friday will be mostly dry and bright, however, wet and windy weather will arrive on Saturday followed by heavy showers on Sunday.
Going into next week, the Met Office said “spells of wet and windy weather are likely to continue, interspersed with some drier, brighter periods”.
The Met Office said “further strong winds and gales are likely in exposed areas, particularly in the northwest”.
Temperatures are expected to be around normal for the start of spring, though they will be lower than the mild or warm weather Brits have been experiencing this week.
It’s been said that on high ground in the north, it may be cold enough for snow to fall.
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