Snow has been forecast for Salisbury as temperatures are expected to fall this week. 

As our city continues to recover from the flooding thanks to Storm Henk, the Met Office has warned that it is due to be rather cold. 

A light dusting of snow is predicted to fall on our historic city on Monday evening, according to the latest Met Office forecast. 

Temperatures are not expected to be higher than 3C, but it will feel more like -2C all day. From 6pm, it is expected to feel like -4C. 

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There is a 50 percent chance of snowfall between 8pm and 10pm, according to the latest Met Office forecast. 

Of course, like any forecast, this is subject to change. 

The full Met Office forecast reads: "Generally dry with sunny spells, but a few sleet or snow flurries are possible, mainly in eastern counties, but perhaps more widely later. Feeling cold in the brisk easterly winds. Maximum temperature 5 °C.

"Scattered sleet or snow flurries pushing westwards this evening, perhaps giving a light dusting in places. Turning mainly dry and frosty later. Feeling very cold in the strengthening easterly winds. Minimum temperature -4 °C."