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Is it going to snow, where will it snow and what at the Met Office weather warnings?
The Met Office have warned that snowy showers across parts of the UK "could turn quite heavy" as temperatures across England, Wales and Scotland plummet.
Forecasters expect cold weather with sunny spells for most areas throughout the week, with a risk of wintry showers as an amber cold-health alert in place across the UK until Friday.
As the mercury drops, people are left asking if it going to snow, where it will snow and whether it will settle.
Here's everything we know about snow forecasts across the UK:
Yes, the Met Office has forecast snowy and wintry showers across the UK this week.
On Monday, 8th January, wintry showers are expected to fall across the South East of England while the rest of the UK will experience freezing temperatures and frost.
There is a yellow weather warning for ice in place on Monday and Tuesday for the South of England.
The Met Office and the UK Health Security Agency have also issued an amber cold-health weather warning for the North West of England, West Midlands, East Midlands and South West of England which will remain in place until Friday.
Temperatures to continue to drop in Met Office forecast
Monday 8th January
Tuesday 9th January
Wednesday 10th January - Friday 12th January