Fresh snow warning for West Sussex

Mild weather at an end as cold winds from east return and bring risk of snow

Anyone hoping to pack away their winter hats and gloves should hold off for a few more days as forecasters warn of rain, high winds and the potential for more snow.

A front moving from the south-west towards the north-east is set to bring heavy rain on Wednesday and Thursday along with strong winds.

Parts of Scotland and England may face more snow.

It could soon be the "Isle of White" again as the Met Office issue a yellow weather warning for snow on Sunday.

In the video above, Met Office presenter Alex Deakin explains where and why it's likely to get much colder.

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"There's a chance that some of that rain could turn to snow over higher ground".

On Sunday the "feels like" temperature is forecast to be -7C.

Ms Maxey said temperatures in some rural areas of the United Kingdom may struggle to climb above zero.

Mr Bowles added: 'We will see temperatures starting to drop on Friday, and Monday is expected to be cold, but with slightly less snow.

As this air crosses the North Sea snow showers will form on Sunday, and could well merge into convergence lines producing 2-5 cms of snow in places.