Londoners can expect Siberian wind and heavy snowfall this weekend as a weather warning is issued.

The Met Office issued the yellow warning today (March 14) and told people to expect delays and hazardous conditions when travelling on Sunday (March 18).

Liam Dutton, Channel 4 News’ weatherman took to Twitter on March 11 and said: “Another burst of Siberian air may push westwards over Europe next weekend.”

The freezing conditions a couple weeks ago wreaked havoc over the UK with the first red weather warnings placed over Scotland and Wales.

Trains got stuck to tracks and some people were trapped on for up to 5 hours due to the hazardous conditions.

A spokesman for the Met Office said: “Snow showers are likely throughout Sunday, and where these coverage some snow may well accumulate and could then prove disruptive.

News Shopper:

“High pressure over Scandinavia will feed a very cold easterly airstream across the country during this weekend. As this air crosses the North Sea snow showers will form on Sunday, and could well merge into convergence lines producing 2-5 cms of snow in places.”

The snow is meant to fall Saturday evening into Sunday evening so be careful when travelling and allow extra time to accommodate for delays.