If you thought we'd seen the back of this horrific winter, you may be about to be proved wrong.
A cold front is heading to the UK from Poland which is expected to bring ice, snow and strong winds.
Warnings have been given by the Met Office for snow from tomorrow (March 15) onwards, particularly in the east of the UK.
The Telegraph was also told by the Met Office that there could be between two and five centimetres of snow in some areas.
The cold front is expected to firstly arrive in north-east Scotland tomorrow (March 16) and then quickly move southwards.
This means snow could be falling in areas such as Norfolk, Suffolk and Yorkshire in the early hours of the morning on Saturday (March 17).
Temperatures are set to rise to just two or three degrees in some areas, although it's likely to feel as if it's -3, due to howling winds.
Drivers have been warned by the RAC that they should ensure they are ready for potentially dangerous road conditions.
That's not all - in fact we're likely to see the worst of the weather on Sunday (March 18) when London and the south of England is expected to be hit with snow.
Fortunately it seems the latest blast of rotten weather will be short-lived, as next week temperatures should start rising again. This time, let's home the snow and ice is gone for good.
More information can be found at the Met Office.