Met Office issues weather warning as snow could return to UK in days

Met Office forecasts new cold front to sweep across UK

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Snow could make a comeback across the UK this weekend, as latest weather maps show that widespread snowstorm could sweep across Britain. Weather modelling maps from WX Charts show that some Brits may have a white weekend as snow falls on Saturday. They indicate that a storm with an approximate width of 800 km will move across the nation in the morning, delivering snow to Northern Ireland initially at around 6 am.

The Met office had previously warned that March could bring further snowfall. 

After significant dumpings in January, it would seem that snow is coming sooner than anticipated, according to the Daily Star.

The Met Office has also issued a yellow warning, with a spell of strong winds expected across Scotland that could bring disruption on Friday. The national weather service warns there is a small chance of injuries and danger to life due to flying debris. The warning covers parts of northern England and the whole of Scotland.

Areas of light purple inside dark purple show snow falling at a rate of about 3cm per hour, even if the data predicts no snow will accumulate on the ground there.

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