Snow could be coming out way tomorrow as temperatures fall below freezing.

The Met Office said no part of the country would be "immune" from snowfall on Easter Monday as the temperatures continue to drop.

The colder weather coincides with the easing of coronavirus restrictions and beauty spots around the country are expected to be busy as people make the most of the bank holiday weekend.

But people are being warned about plummeting temperatures just days after we enjoyed the hottest days of the year so far.

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Will it snow on Bank Holiday Monday?

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The Met office said: "A very cold day for all on Monday, with the north and west seeing the most frequent and heavy showers, but also likely affecting the east. The showers are likely to be wintry to low levels. This general picture continues into much of April." 

A yellow weather warning for snow has been issued parts of Scotland including Fife, Strathclyde and Highlands are due to see gale-force winds and snow showers that could cause travel disruption.

There could be as much as 15cm of snow in higher areas and temperatures may drop as low as -5C on Easter Monday morning.

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The temperature in the South East will be 9C, but with the windchill it will feel more like 3C. At night the temperature will drop to -1C.

Deputy Chief Meteorologist, Mark Sidaway, said: “After a settled, warm spell with plenty of sunshine particularly across England and Wales our weather will take a notable change in direction later in the weekend.

"Very cold Arctic air will move in from the north west through Sunday, bringing snow showers and freezing overnight temperatures.

"The snow showers will predominantly affect the north and west of the UK. 

"The south and east will likely remain drier but still cold with a lower chance of wintry showers.” 

The Met Office’s yellow warnings are in place from 6pm on Sunday until midnight on Monday.