AFTER being lucky with the sunshine over the past week, the weather is now set to turn colder with snow on the horizon, according to the Met Office.

With the mercury expected to drop off the next few days, forecasters are predicting snowfall across large parts of the UK, including parts of Scotland, Wales and Northern England.

The Met Office has issued a forecast of ‘wintry showers’ in Berkshire from tonight (March 30).

And here's what the forecast is looking like for the next 24 hours.

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This morning, it’s been a cloudy but dry, and we’ll the odd sunny spell where it will start to feel warmer across the next few hours.

But the sunshine won’t last for long as showers are expected later in the afternoon.

It'll mainly be overcast until around 5pm with a maximum temperature of 11°C.

Here's the outlook for today:

Reading Chronicle: Picture: MET OfficePicture: MET Office

And tonight, rain will continue into the evening, turning to wintry showers overnight.

Overall, it will feel cold with some strong winds where we’ll see frost by dawn and possibly snow, with temperatures plummeting to 0°C overnight.

And for the rest of the week, it’s looking like the frosty mornings are here to stay from Friday to Sunday.

The last time Berkshire saw snow was back at the end of November 2021.

Here's when snow began to fall in Reading on November 28:

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Could we be bracing ourselves for more snow this week?

According to the Met Office, it's looking likely, and here's a map to show what to expect tonight (March 30):

Reading Chronicle: Here's where snow is forecast to fall tonight (March 3). Picture: Met OfficeHere's where snow is forecast to fall tonight (March 3). Picture: Met Office