THE moment when snow started to fall in Worcestershire has been captured on film.

A quick-thinking walker on the Malvern Hills started filming snow falling across the iconic Worcestershire landscape. 

It is the first bit of snow Worcestershire has seen after it was predicted this month. 

The Met Office revealed that parts of the country are bracing for snow and wintry showers this week as temperatures drop. 

Worcestershire is expected to have a predominantly dry but cold week like the rest of the country.

However, the Met Office said snow showers through the week will be focused in the north of Scotland and along the North Sea coast.

Then there is a chance of more snow pushing up from the south.

Weather in Worcestershire this week

The Met Office predicts clear skies overnight in Worcester which means it will be turning very cold with a widespread sharp frost, and some icy stretches possible.

Mist and freezing fog patches are possible too with a minimum temperature of -4C.

Thursday will be another cold and frosty start but largely fine and dry with plenty of autumnal sunshine once any mist and fog clears, according to the Met Office.

Staying cold throughout the day, particularly in the breeze. Maximum temperature 2C.

The Met Office said the outlook for Friday to Sunday in Worcester is largely dry with some early morning mist and fog around at times.

It will feel cold during the day with overnight frosts and some flurries of snow possible, mainly over hills.