SNOW has been falling across Worcestershire as an unusually-cold Spring snap comes to the county.

Despite baking temperatures of more than 20 degrees last week, temperatures have plunged in recent days, with a few flakes of snow being seen in Worcester today, as well as further afield.

According to the Met Office, the cold weather is set to continue.

With that in mind, here is the rest of this week's forecast


Tomorrow will begin dry and bright, but feel cold.

The cloud will build through the afternoon and it will turn overcast, but it should remain dry.


Thursday will see increasing clouds and winds with a few light showers throughout.

A band of rain is expected to move in from the north overnight.


Friday will be cloudy with showers, some of these wintry in places, but the cloud should begin to break in the evening.


Saturday will see plenty of sunshine, but also the odd shower that could turn wintry on the hills.