Scattered snow and rain in Billings, followed by partly sunny skies

Forecasters indicate a 40 percent chance of precipitation, with little or no snow accumulation.

Strong winds will whip up deep snow drifts with several inches of the white stuff now expected to blanket swathes of the country.

Sunday, there is a 40 percent chance of snow showers before noon, then a chance of rain and snow showers between noon and 1 p.m., followed by a chance of rain showers after 1 p.m., the weather service said.

The higher terrain will see snow showers with the lower elevations seeing a mix of rain and snow.

Met Office forecaster Oli Clayton said: "Heavy showers will sweep in on Saturday with the potential for some thunder and maybe even some hail".

Saturday: Starts dry - Chance for rain showers later in the day.

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A live webcam shows the scale of the snow and bitterly cold temperatures striking iconic tourist landmarks such as Tower Bridge. Heathrow , Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports have advised passengers to check the latest flight information.

There is also the possibility of a few cm gathering at lower levels, but this shouldn't affect major routes as it's expected to be of wet snow bringing just slushy deposits.

The Met Office has issued a warning for snow across Yorkshire this Easter weekend. Minimum Temperature 2 °C.

A further yellow warning for heavy snow has been issued for southern Scotland between 12.15am and 11.45pm on Easter Monday.

"Most spring flowers, daffodils and primroses for example are incredibly tolerant of bad weather despite their delicate looks and won't be much hurt by chill or rain".

For most of the country the day will be cloudy, punctuated by some sunshine and showers, before more rain moves in from the south on Monday morning bringing the potential of further snow to the northern hills. High temperatures will fall into the 30s and 40s for most. Maximum temperature 7 °C. Temperatures remaining below normal with highs of 5 to 10C, and gentle north-easterly winds.

Sunday: Chilly. Small risk for a snow shower early.