The Met Office has said that parts of the UK will see snow fall ahead of Christmas from Wednesday, but it will not be a “significant accumulation.”
Snow showers are expected to hit the North Sea coast, Scotland and the north east of England, the Met Office said.
Oli Claydon, a spokesman for the Met Office said, “There will be snow showers but we are not likely to see significant accumulation on the ground.”
The rest of the UK will experience more cold weather and in Scotland the mercury is set to hit as low as minus 8C.
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Rural parts of eastern England will see temperature fall to minus five and will also experience snow.
Claydon said, “We could see some snow moving into southeastern parts of the UK towards the end of the week, including Hampshire.
“However, it may also remain dry.”