Britain has been warned to brace itself for SIX INCHES of snow before the month is out.
In just over a week a potentially life-threatening storm is set to hit, bringing extreme cold as well as the white stuff.
And it could create traffic chaos for millions of Brits.
The severe weather system will affect the majority of the mainland, from the Highlands of Scotland to East Anglia, the Midlands and the south-east coast of England.
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It will follow a period of mild weather here, will parts of Europe are hammered by snowstorms.
Earlier this month, there were reports the UK could see the return of the Beast from the East, which wreaked havoc last February.
The snow is expected to arrive by January 23, with the majority of the UK affected January 24 and 25.
There is an increased likelihood of cold weather becoming established across all of the UK.
Deputy Chief Meteorologist Martin Young told the Express: "The latest forecast suggests the highest risk of any severe wintry weather is from late January and into February.
Whether cold spells will be brought about by Arctic air arriving from the north or easterly flows arriving from the continent remains uncertain.
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"However, before this happens we expect a rather changeable and relatively mild spell over the weekend and early next week, with some rain for most of us.
"From the middle of next week, and especially during the last week of January and into early February, there is an increased likelihood of cold weather becoming established across all of the UK.
"This would bring an enhanced risk of snow and widespread frost almost anywhere across the UK, but particularly across northern parts."
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