Dry in Denver to start; rain and snow return Wednesday PM

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Rain and snow showers are likely beginning around 5 p.m.in Denver, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.

A yellow weather warning for "heavy snow" has been issued by the Met Office today covering much of the East Midlands, including Melton.

The warning lasts from 12.15am until 11.45pm on April 2 with the possibility of heavy snow covering the county. Expect mostly rain south and mostly snow north along the ND border.

27 Storm Track meteorologist Branden Borremans said highs will get progressively colder during the weekend, going from 49 on Friday to 43 on Saturday and 38 on Easter Sunday.

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Latest weather prediction charts indicate snow and rain will fall across the United Kingdom over the next four days and early next week.

Daily chances of showers continue for next week, too, which isn't out of the ordinary for spring in the Black Hills.

For Denver and the I-25 Corridor, an inch or two of snow will be possible Wednesday night.

"The south will be very wet during the early hours of Monday, then as this air moves over the colder air the precipitation will change to snow". The risk for thunderstorms into Thursday afternoon and evening.

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"Easter is always a busy period on the road network and we'd urge all motorists to make sure they do their bit to check their vehicle is roadworthy before setting off over this period".

Overnight into Sunday it will turn quite cold, with widespread frost expected in Northern Ireland and Scotland.

With Easter just around the corner, people all over the country are gearing up for the long weekend - but it looks like it will be a mixed bag as far as the forecast is concerned.

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