Brits face brutal icy blast ahead of Easter weekend WASHOUT

“ I wouldn’t rule out snow in parts of Scotland”

Richard Miles

While today will start off mainly dry with sunny spells, Met Office forecasters warned it would feel chilly. 

Isolated showers are also possible in eastern areas, mainly near the coast. 

The Met Office said: “Most area dry with sunny spells, although chilly. 

“Isolated showers possible in eastern areas, mainly near the coast. 

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“Cloudier and windy in the west with outbreaks of rain at times in Cornwall and perhaps western parts of Northern Ireland.” 

Tomorrow conditions should improve with the majority of the UK being dry with some sunny intervals. 

But, there will be a brisk easterly wind. Eastern Scotland and north-east England could see one or two showers. 

For Northern Ireland, Wales and southwest England, it is likely to remain cloudier with some patchy rain spreading from the west.

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The miserable conditions could be set to emerge yet again over the Easter weekend, with predictions of a scorcher seeming less likely. 

Met Office forecaster Richard Miles told The Sun: “It’s looking like we could see a bit of rain over Easter, especially in the western parts of the UK. 

“Temperatures could be slightly above average for the weekend itself. I wouldn’t rule out snow in parts of Scotland.” 

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