BRITS could face a drastic change in weather conditions in the coming few days as the warm weather could be replaced by a cold -8C snap.
WXCHARTS weather forecast service warns the UK’s 20C heatwave could be replaced by a -8C cold snap as we enter April, suggesting parts of Scotland could see chills of between -6C and -8C.
The rest of the UK could see equally cold temperatures, however, they do not look set to tip mercury into freezing.
Parts of Wales instead look set to see temperatures vary from 1C to 3C.
England could see highs of 4C in Cornwall.
And to top it all off, snow is also forecast to fall across England on April 1, according to WXCHARTS.
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