Norfolk may see a dusting of snow this month as an arctic blast heads for the UK. 

Weather forecasters have warned that snow in some parts of the country is likely later this month as a low-pressure front from the north could bring wintry conditions.

James Madden, an Exacta weather meteorologist, said from the middle of the month there is an increased chance that temperatures could plummet to below-freezing. 

Eastern Daily Press: Norfolk may see snow in November as a cold front moves in from the northNorfolk may see snow in November as a cold front moves in from the north (Image: Newsquest)

The first frost of the season arrived early last month ahead of storms Babet and Ciarán which brought gale-force winds and record-breaking rainfall to much of East Anglia. 

A Met Office spokeswoman said that while the weather in the coming weeks is staying "fairly unsettled", the region is more likely to see further showers and average temperatures heading into December.

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However, Mr Madden added: "As a low-pressure band from the north descends, it could usher in colder temperatures, particularly impacting higher areas with possibly significant snowfall.

"This prediction aligns with a recent warning from the Met Office about impending wintry weather.

"While these are early predictions and the winter weather outlook can significantly change, the consensus among weather forecasters is a possibility of snowfall in the UK this winter."