Scotland is set for snow again next week despite basking in the sun in recent days, the BBC has predicted. 

We thought that we had left our cosy hats and gloves behind us but according to the BBC's 14-day forecast, it's time to dig them back out the cupboard again.

If you were enjoying the warm Spring weather, we recommend you make the most of this weekend before the snow falls next week. 

Here's what the BBC and the Met Office predict and where snow is expected in the coming days. 

Where will it snow in Scotland?

BBC 14-day forecast predicts snow


It looks the glorious weather will last into the weekend in Edinburgh with it set to turn from Sunday evening.

Locals will enjoy highs of 15 degrees across the weekend with temperatures set to drop to zero into the middle of next week. 

Hail showers are expected from approximately 6 pm on Wednesday evening, turning to snow from around 10 pm.

Light snow showers will continue overnight but it will brighten up on Thursday morning. 

There is also the chance of sleet overnight on Thursday with temperatures expected to feel like 0.


Glasgow is set for a glorious Saturday with highs of 15 degrees but the sunny weather will break into clouds on Sunday with temperatures expected to drop into next week. 

Hail showers are also expected in Glasgow from around 7 pm Wednesday evening, with a chance of turning to snow from 11 pm. 

That looks like the last of the snow for the city with temperatures not dropping below freezing for the rest of the week.


Dundee will enjoy sunny intervals throughout the weekend with highs of 14 and lows of 5.

Temperatures are set to drop mid-week with hail showers forecast on Wednesday afternoon from around 2 pm.

Dundonians could see sleet showers from around 10 pm on Wednesday which look to continue overnight and break by morning.

While it is unlikely we'll see any more snow, hail is predicted from around 3 pm on Thursday into the evening.


Aberdeen will be able to enjoy sunny intervals and light breeze across the weekend just like the rest of the country, with temperatures reaching highs of 13 and lows of 5.

But the good weather isn't set to last and will be a distant memory by Wednesday afternoon.

You should expect hail showers from 4 pm and there is a chance of sleet and snow overnight from around 7 pm.

Light snow showers will continue into the day and look set to turn into hail from 1 pm. 

What does the Met Office predict about snow?


The Met Office's long-range forecast says that "wintry showers" are still very much on the cards.

The Met Office says: "Wintry showers remain possible, particularly in the north. Later next week and beyond, unsettled conditions are likely with more frequent showers or longer spells of rain for many areas. After a spell of below average temperatures next week, temperatures are likely to return to near average later in the period."

The long-range forecast says that the unsettled weather could continue into the beginning of April. 

The weather forecaster added: "Showers or longer spells of rain are more likely to be seen across the UK, although short drier and more settled interludes are still possible. Showers may be heavy at times, with thunder and hail.

"Moving into mid-April, there is a trend for a return to more settled weather again, although some rain and showers are still possible in places.

"Temperatures are likely to be near average, with the south and southeast on the slightly warmer side."