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Conditions over the weekend and into the early part of next week will become increasingly cold warns the Met Office.

Temperatures are set to plummet as a polar vortex pulls down bitterly cold air from Arctic Siberia.

The east coast of Britain is braced for heavy snow with some rural communities potentially cut off by drifts say forecasters.

The Hebrides and west coast may see some snow or sleet showers on Tuesday and Wednesday.

By Thursday, all of the UK including the Western Isles have a high chance of experiencing snowfall.

Easterly winds will persist bringing a significant wind chill, making it feel several degrees colder than thermometers indicate.

Some locations will struggle to get above zero by day, with night-time temperatures ranging lower quite widely.

Thursday is the first day of meteorological spring, but the high pressure over Scandinavia bringing the cold easterly flow is expected to remain in place for several days.



Cold snap to hit as temperatures set to plunge   

23 February 2018