SOME parts of the UK can expect snow and “wintery showers” from as early as tonight according to weather reports by the Met Office.
Another windy night is expected tonight (April 6) with colder winter weather tomorrow (April 7) – flurries of snow are expected in the northeast.
The cold arctic blast is expected to last until Sunday when “sunshine and wintery showers” return across northern parts of the country.
A spokesperson for the Met Office said: “It’s going to be showery tonight, very windy for some. Colder tomorrow for many.
“This evening and tonight there will be rain across northern Scotland moving southwards, turning to snow in the northeast, especially on hills.
“Showery bands of rain crossing many other areas.
“Windy almost everywhere, with gales, perhaps severe, for parts of Northern Ireland, north Wales and northwest England.
“On Thursday you can expect showers and occasional sunshine for most, showers heavy in places and wintry in the north, especially over hills.
“Winds easing but a somewhat colder day away from the far south.
“The outlook for Friday to Sunday is sunshine and wintry showers across northern areas Friday, perhaps some rain into the far south for a time.
“Most places dry on Saturday but turning wetter and milder on Sunday.”