SNOW could fall across Bracknell at the end of the week with a cold snap set to hit the country.

According to BBC Weather, there is a 33 per cent chance there will be sleet at 6am on Friday and throughout the day.

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A winter chill will see temperatures reach just four.

Met Office weather forecasters say the cold snap will start in the northern half of the UK before spreading southwards.

Frosts, hail and sleet, are expected particularly from mid-week onwards, but at lower levels and further south, any snow is expected to be more transient in nature.

BBC Weather also forecasts snow showers in Bracknell on Saturday.

In the beginning of the festive period next month, conditions are predicted to be settled across the south with outbreaks of rain and strong winds.

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Early December may bring overnight frosts but will generally be fine conditions.

The rest of the month will probably see persistent rain with frost and fog likely.

The Met Office say it can only forecast if snow is likely to fall on Christmas Day up to five days in advance.

Whilst the Met Office have not yet predicted snow over the festive period, AccuWeather have predicted snow showers all day on Christmas Eve.

According to the Met Office, the last widespread white Christmas in the UK was in 2010 although technically, the last white Christmas in the UK was in 2017.