Just as we started to think the weather was getting warmer, and more spring like, we are now set for round 2 of the Beast from the East.
It comes as forecasters warn another burst of Siberian air will sweep across the North Wales this weekend, bringing in colder air and a return of frosty evenings.
Alex Deakin, Met Office spokesman, said: “As we go into the weekend a large area of high pressure over Scandinvaia starts to take control, it rings out those weather fronts and it slowly pushes its influence over the UK.
“In a similar vein to a few weeks ago we will start to see easterly winds picking up and that change in wind direction is crucial because we still have some very very cold air sitting over Siberia, and that cold air will push its way across the UK over the weekend.
“By the weekend temperatures will be struggling to get much above freezing, and there will be a significant windchill.”
Towns and villages are being warned to expect flurries on Saturday and Sunday – some of them heavy – as the wintry weather returns to the region.
Areas such as Wrexham & Ruthin will see the heaviest snow fall.
Coastal areas may see some light snow fall on Saturday.