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Met Office verdict on chances of snow in Greater Manchester as 'cold front' moves in and temperatures set to plummet

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The Met Office has given its verdict on whether or not Greater Manchester can expect snow this week as temperatures plummet.

Lows of -2C will be felt in some parts of the UK as we head closer to winter. The Met Office's forecast for Wednesday to Friday reads: "Mostly fine and widely dry on Wednesday and Thursday, but turning increasingly breezy. "Mild.

An uncertain transition to colder conditions with some rain on Friday. Probably remaining breezy." The agency's long-range forecast adds that colder air will "continue to sink south" from Saturday onwards, reaching all areas of the UK by the end of the weekend. READ MORE: 'Our patience is exhausted' - Stockport's call for Metrolink gets louder following update from Andy Burnham READ MORE: He went to the pub to watch football with his mates...

but tragically never returned home The chilly temperatures will bring some flakes of snow to some parts of the UK, but it won't be widespread.

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