Weather warning of snow issued for Nottinghamshire over Easter

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"We'll continue to see bands of rain spiralling across the United Kingdom throughout the Easter weekend".

Where is it going to rain?

He said: "Low pressure will dominate for the start of the Easter weekend, it will bring bands of rain and brisk winds too, this will continue on and off into Saturday, but there are signs of that system clearing away for Easter Day". Wintry showers are also expected to affect some parts of the north, with Newcastle set for heavy rain in the morning.

The Weather Channel says: "The icy wind that has chilled most of Britain will continue to sweep across the country on Good Friday, and there is a risk of some snow accumulation in Scotland". If you have plans to attend a sunrise service Easter Sunday you will want to bundle up and dress appropriately.

There is still the chance of rain, but this will be interspersed with sunny spells and cloud across large parts of the UK.

How warm will it be?

With Public Health England (PHE) it has put out a level-2 "alert and readiness" cold weather health caution - rare at this time of year - until Tuesday.

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Widespread overnight frost, but cold northeast winds easing on Sunday.

The Weather Channel warns to expect colder than normal temperatures across the country, with Yorkshire struggling to get into double figures.

Will there be any snow?

It will also be another unusually cool day for late March with highs stuck in the 40s in the Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins areas.

SCOTS hoping to make the most of the Easter weekend could face travel chaos as the Met Office issued new yellow warnings for snow. Friday's alert covers the north-east of Scotland and will remain in place until midday.

The alert reads: "Rain will turn to snow over higher hills during Thursday daytime and then to some lower levels during Thursday night".

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