The Met Office is warning that the weather could be to take a turn for the worse again over the Easter weekend.
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Temperatures are predicted to fall as we go through the weekend but for most part it will be mainly dry and settled.
By Easter Monday cold air will once again be feeding in from the east and this is when forecasters much of the northern half of the UK could see snow.
An area of low pressure is expected to bring a spell of rain which will move northeastwards across the country on Monday.
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As the rain bumps into the cold air sitting over the north it is predicted to turn to snow.
The latest Met Office forecast for Sheffield for Bank Holiday Monday shows a high chance of snow throughout the day with heavy snow forecast for the evening and night.
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Light snow could continue into the early hours of Tuesday but this will peter out and it will be a mainly dry day.
The latest forecast also show possible wintry showers on Wednesday.