Thursday, May 3rd 2012, 7:53 AM EDT
#Temperatures expected to fall to as low as -9C
#More heavy rain expected to fall in southern England and Wales today
#Snow forecast in May for parts of northern England and Scotland
#April was the coldest month since 1989
Hopes that the start of May might spell the end of Britian's recent bad weather have been dashed by forecasters who are predicting a new cold snap over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Temperatures are set to plummet to as low as -9C as bitter winds sweep the country, according to forecaster Netweather.
The Met Office said that snow flurries will even be seen across some remotes parts of the UK, meaning that next week's temperatures could be the lowest ever recorded for May.
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