Snow could fall in parts of the UK as temperatures across Wiltshire are set to drop below freezing.

The Met Office warned on Friday that the possibility of snowfall would increase in the coming week with a cold snap being felt across the UK.

Wiltshire is set to experience this cold weather throughout the week, with temperatures struggling to get above zero on Monday.

Swindon is set to see lows of -4C on Thursday while on Monday and Wednesday, the town will still feel the cold with -3C temperatures.

The BBC forecast for Swindon also predicts that the town will experience “light snow with a gentle breeze” on Wednesday.

Temperatures in Calne and Devizes could fall to to -5C on Thursday after -4C temperatures on Monday and Wednesday.

Trowbridge, Warminster and Westbury will experience lows of -4C on Monday and Thursday while Wednesday will be a slightly higher temperature of -3C.

A spokesperson for the Met Office said: “Yellow National Severe Weather Warnings for potentially disruptive snow and ice have been issued covering parts of northern Scotland for Sunday and Monday and Northern Ireland for Monday.

“Whilst on Wednesday, there is a risk of snowfall across southern parts of the UK.”