SNOW could hit parts of Herefordshire this week as temperatures drop.

The county saw temperatures plunge below zero over the weekend, waking up to the first proper frost of the winter on Saturday.

And temperatures are set to remain cool through this week, according to the Met Office, with snow possible later in the week.

The Met Office said today will see possible blustery spells of rain in the morning with bright spells in the afternoon, while temperatures will remain below average. Tonight will be chilly with a minimum temperature of 1 °C.


Tuesday will start with cloud and end with a cold, dry, and sunny afternoon and a  maximum temperature of 5 °C.

Frost will return on Wednesday, the Met Office said, with mist and fog lifting for a sunny and cold day.

But the news Herefordshire has been waiting for could come from Thursday, when the weather will turn unsettled. 

Met Office forecasters said there will be showers, longer spells of rain, and possibly some hill snow.

The BBC says Herefordshire could see 'light snow and light winds' on Friday, December 1.