Long-term forecasters expect snowfall in Northamptonshire on Tuesday and Wednesday next week.
Temperatures across the country are currently mild at 10 degrees today (Tuesday) and tomorrow (Wednesday) before a cold snap is expected to take off later this week.
On Thursday, temperatures will drop about 3 degrees during the day and below freezing in the evening.
Forecasters predict that Monday evening at night will begin to show sleet around 8:00 pm and light snow is expected the next morning for about 4 hours.
Snow is also scheduled between 07:00 and 11:00 on Wednesday, 23 January.
The UK's Met Office forecast for next week says: "Frost and freezing fog are likely to occur overnight from Monday to Sunday, sleet and snow."
The cold will likely remain until the end of January, with intermittent showers in the winter.