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Snow has begun to fall over the area surrounding The Angel of the North near Newcastle, as the return of freezing temperatures this week will further delay springtime weather for the UK.
Springtime weather for Britain has been further delayed as freezing temperatures and snow return this week.
Temperatures will remain below freezing in many areas in the next few days, with minimum temperatures as low as -7C and the possibility of snow bringing travel disruption to the roads.
Experts at Meteogroup, the weather division of the Press Association, have warned that a big change in temperature would be felt today as the cold snap strikes parts of Britain.
He added that temperatures have already dropped to -2 in Scotland overnight.
The weather is unlikely to be "anything exceptional", however the risk of snow fall tomorrow morning could prove disruptive for commuters, senior meteorologist Julian Mayes said.
A return of freezing temperatures and snow this morning will further delay springtime weather for Britain.
A band of light sleet and snow is falling from East Anglia to Lancashire today, before turning to heavier tonight in time for the Monday morning rush hour.
Norfolk will feel the brunt of the slushy snowfall today with around two cms.
The public will have to brace themselves for falling temperatures dropping below freezing and even as low as -7C in some areas tonight.
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The return of freezing temperatures and snow this week will further delay springtime weather for Britain.