Snow is set to fall across parts of the UK tomorrow, according to the latest weather maps as forecasters warn of further downpours next week.
A weather system of snow and heavy rain is expected to move across Britain from Ireland tomorrow.
Britons are likely to see "blustery showers" and "heavy and thundery downpours" in the west of the country.
Forecasters suggest the Lake District and parts of Scotland will be struck by snow from Thursday and into Friday morning.
Forecasters suggest the Lake District and parts of Scotland will be struck by snow from Thursday evening into Friday morning
It is set to fall at a rate of about 5cm per hour, with 2cm setting into the ground.
Heavy rain is predicted to wash out the north east, north west, parts of the south west and Wales as weather modules imply around 7.5mm of rain could fall per hour on Thursday and Friday.
NetWeather forecaster Ian Simpson has predicted more snow and rain into next week.
He said: "This week will continue the unsettled theme, but with some changes, as low pressure will tend to be centred to the north-west of the British Isles.
"This will bring predominantly south-westerly winds, especially to southern and eastern Britain, and thus temperatures will mostly be above the seasonal average.
"Northern Ireland, plus the north and west of Scotland, will often lie to the north of the polar front and thus will experience colder weather at times.
"Though with temperatures typically not far below the long-term normal, with snow generally restricted to high ground.
"At times, lows will slide eastwards across the country, bringing wet weather to much of England and Wales, while during spells of south-westerly winds, it will be north-western Britain that will be wettest."
Britons are likely to see 'blustery showers' and 'heavy and thundery downpours' in the west of the country
It follows the movement of a band of low pressure which is set to bring icy conditions and freezing temperatures over the next two weeks.
Weather expert James Madden said it is "likely" snow will fall across some parts of Britain as a band of low pressure moves from the north.
Temperatures could plummet below 5C on November 11, according to Madden.