BRITS should brace themselves for a white Easter with long range weather forecasts predicting more snow on its way.
A massive 270-mile snowstorm is on course to hit parts of Britain next month – just weeks after the current 18C warm snap.
WX Charts predicts a band of snow – stretching from Norfolk to Dorset – could blanket some areas and may mean Birmingham, Wales, Somerset, Gloucestershire, Bristol and Dorset, could see flurries from March 9.
And the wintry weather could even continue into April, with the Met Office saying “a white Easter is more likely than a white Christmas”.
Meanwhile, this weekend will see the mercury rise to double digits.
Parts of southern England are to reach highs of 12C on Saturday while areas in Scotland will see 10C.
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