Norfolk could soon see more snowfall as temperatures are set to plummet towards the middle of the month.

New predictions for February show the possibility of an 800-mile snow blast covering the UK from Scotland to Norfolk as early as next week. 

WX Charts weather maps, which use Met Desk data, predict that flurries could fall on the county on February 9 as the front moves south and eastwards. 

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Dereham Times: Long-range forecasts on WX Charts show snow hitting Norfolk on February 9Long-range forecasts on WX Charts show snow hitting Norfolk on February 9 (Image: WX Charts)

Despite middling temperatures in recent weeks, the mercury could plummet again to sub-zero temperatures, bringing with it a much higher chance of snowfall. 

A Met Office spokesman said: "There is a chance colder conditions could start to feature slightly more widely during the second week of February, with an increased chance of wintry weather.

"Through mid-February, there is an increasing likelihood of more winds arriving from the north which would cause a greater likelihood of wintry conditions at times, particularly in the north and east."

James Madden at Exacta Weather also warned that a sudden stratospheric warming could spark a "myriad" of snow events from February onwards.