The current mild spell is likely to be relatively short-lived with more cold weather and snow expected to fall across the county by mid-week, according to Pitsford Weather Station.
Despite the current milder temperatures and sunshine, a cold easterly airflow will start to be set up on Wednesday. A forecast by the weather station said: “The wind will bring snow showers, initially confined to the east coast but spreading more widely inland as far as the county on Thursday.
“Accumulations, however, should be slight. Daytime temperatures will take on a steady slide from today’s values.
“A widespread air frost on Monday night will signal the change to much colder temperatures with highs on Thursday struggling at 2C.”