Martin Bowles - Meteorologist When and where will it snow?
The UK could be set for a second round of intense wintry weather, as the Beast from the East threatens to return this weekend.
"As we get closer to the weekend, colder air will see the temperatures drop considerably".
Snow has already started falling in the Grampian mountains in Scotland, he said.
"Snow is not expected in Dorset on Saturday".
By Sunday, there will be the risk of sleet showers and the mercury is expected to rise no higher than 5°C.
"Beast From the East 2.0" will bring heavy rain, sleet, and snow to the U.K.by the end of the week, likely around Saturday and Sunday, according to the Daily Mail.
Another warning has been put in place covering the east of the country from 3pm - going from below Edinburgh in the north to Ipswich in the south.
Parts of Cumbria are included for Friday night into Saturday morning.
'By Sunday we expect the maximum temperatures to be only 1C and some parts will stay below freezing all day... it is probably the coldest day of the lot, ' he added. This time, let's home the snow and ice is gone for good.
The Met Office has forecast snow and ice for the region.
Snow showers are likely to continue on Sunday, with the weather warning again running from 12.05am to 11.55pm.
This means snow could be falling in areas such as Norfolk, Suffolk and Yorkshire in the early hours of the morning on Saturday (March 17).
The RAC has warned motorists to prepare themselves for the risky driving conditions.