DORSET may get its first snow of the season tomorrow morning, according to a weather expert.

Dorset Snow said on X (formerly Twitter) that it ‘looks likely’ that snow will fall tomorrow morning.

The forecaster said: “It looks likely that Dorset will see its first falling snow of the season tomorrow morning.

“The snow will mostly be light and patchy, but areas inland could see a few hours of wintriness. Sleet or rain across coasts.”

Bournemouth Echo: Met Office weather map for Thursday, November 30

The Met Office is predicting temperatures to drop as low as -3 degrees centigrade overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning.

However, as it stands, the government agency says there is just a 30 per cent chance of precipitation tomorrow morning.

It said there is a risk of a ‘mix of rain, sleet and snow showers’ in the south west, including parts of Dorset.

The Met Office added that ‘any snow [will be] largely confined to hills’.

Forecasts show cold but sunny days on both Friday and Saturday, with highs of four and five degrees respectively across the two days.