To find out if it will snow in your area and when, you can visit UK Snow Map.
The online snow tracker uses crowd-sourcing to create an up-to-the-minute map of exactly where it is snow in the UK at any given moment.
To join in and record snow where you live, use the hashtag #UKSnow and include your location and a rating out of ten for how much snow is fall - for example, 10/10 would indicate a blizzard.s
Windy.com also provides live snow tracking for the next three days, which show as the freezing winds and new snow accumulations hit the UK east coast.
And Meteo Radar also hosts a real-time snow radar for England and the UK, show where the blizzard will hit and what time.Related articles
METEO RADARSnow in Scotland: Dumfries, Glasgow and Edinburgh are still being hammered by snowWhere is it snowing right now? Thursday, March 1
6.40am: Red warning areas could be plagued with up to 40centimetres of snow
Areas in the Scottish Central Belt that fall under the Met Office’s red warning could see as much as 40centimetres of snow, according to meteorologist Aidan McGivern.
He forecast: “A particular focus for Thursday morning is on the Central Belt, this area has been affected by a red warning and within that red warning area we are expecting 20 to 30centimetres of snowfall widely, locally 40centimetres.
“Those snow amounts could block roads, could cut off communities for several days, serious snow amounts.”
5.35am: Up to 15centimetres of snow to fall in Scotland
The Met Office’s meteorologist Aidan McGivern has forecast that at least 15centimetres of snow could fall in some areas of Scotland by 9am on Thursday.
He said: “We are going to continue to see the snow showers pilling in, heavy and prolonged snow showers.
“For much of northern, eastern and southern Scotland as well as north-east England the snow will pile up and in the area where the Met Office’s amber warning is in force there will be widely 10centimetres of snowfall, locally more than 15centimetres, much more in some locations.”
2.18am: Five weather warnings in place that covers the entirety of the UK.
The Met Office has issued five two yellow, two amber and one red warning that covers Britain as incredibly cold winter conditions persist.
The south-west is plagued with snow and ice that will be accompanied by mighty easterly winds.
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12.08am: Met Office raises weather warning to red.
The weather body has raised its weather warning from amber to red in Scotland as dire winter conditions continue to ravage the country.
It reads: “Heavy snow showers and drifting of lying snow in the strong easterly winds will become more widespread across the area later on Wednesday afternoon, through the evening and overnight into Thursday.
“Roads will become blocked by deep snow, with many stranded vehicles and passengers. Long delays and cancellations on bus, rail and air travel are expected. Some communities could become cut off for several days.
“Long interruptions to power supplies and other services.”
Joseph Carey takes over live reporting from Nicole StinsonWednesday, February 28
10.15pm: Yellow warning updated by Met Office to include parts of southern England
The updated yellow warning for Northern Ireland, all of Scotland and eastern England until 11.55pm tonight now includes parts of southern England.
The Met Office said: “Snow showers will bring variable snow cover, with the potential for 10-15 cm of snow where showers are most frequent in the north, while nearby locations may see only 1 to 4 cm.
“Southeastern areas of England should see overnight showers ease. Strong winds will lead to drifting of snow and severe wind chill, while lightning could be an additional hazard, particularly near coasts.
“The warning area has been updated again, this time to include parts of southern England where snow showers may produce 1 to 3 cm this evening. Amber and Red warnings are in force for areas seeing higher impacts.”
6.24pm: Met Office issues more weather updates on Twitter
The Met Office tweeted: “Further showers for Northern England Thursday and Friday, adding more snow in places.
“Fewer showers in the south, but brace yourself for stronger winds and treacherous icy conditions.
“Northern Ireland will have further snowfall over the next few days, mainly in the south.
“Watch out for icy conditions and a bitter wind chill. Take care and stay weather aware."
Temperatures could reach as low as -5C in several parts of the country tonight including Manchester, Hull, Newcastle, Plymouth and Cardiff.
Meanwhile, Norwich and Glasgow could see temperature plummet as low as -6C tonight, according to the latest Met Office weather forecast.
6pm: Nicole Stinson takes over live reporting from Vickiie Oliphant
4.12pm: Storm Emma to bring MORE SNOW tomorrow
Wintry weather warnings are already in place for blizzard conditions from 2pm on Thursday, lasting until at least 8am Friday morning.
But Storm Emma is supposed to bring even more weather hell tomorrow when it hits the UK.
Weather maps from Windy.com show the fierce winds are expected to hit the UK late tomorrow morning - while the eye of the storm is at the western tip of Spain.
The storm should avoid a direct hit in the UK but the winds will whip up a real storm along the south west.
TWITTER•MET OFFICETemperatures could reach as low as -5C in several parts of the country tonight
3.46pm: Motorists told not to travel in Scotland – red alert issued
People have been told to avoid travelling after the highest level of alert was issued for heavy snow in parts of Scotland.
The Met Office warning covered most of the country including central Scotland, Tayside and Fife, south west Scotland, the Lothians and Borders and Strathclyde areas.
It means extreme conditions are expected in those areas between 3pm on Wednesday and 10am on Thursday.
It is the first red alert for snow in Scotland since a new warning system came into place in 2011.
2.34pm: Snow still falling in the north
Realtime data from Meteo Radar shows North of England and Scotland