With temperatures set to drop below freezing in Suffolk this week, many are wondering if the county will see snowfall.

The mercury may hit as low as -4C in some areas, with the Met Office predicting snow for some parts of the county. 

Forecasts show part of east Suffolk may receiving a covering on Monday. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Snow will only hit a small part of SuffolkSnow will only hit a small part of Suffolk (Image: Met Office)

Snow could hit areas such as Wangford, Wrentham, Southwold and Lowestoft at about 2.45pm. 

However, the rest of the county is likely to escape the worst of the snow. 

Areas in west Suffolk, including Bury St Edmunds and Newmarket, will see temperatures struggle to get above 0C on Monday. 

It is likely to remain cold throughout most of the week, with forecasts for Ipswich showing it will become gradually warmer by Friday.