The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for snow in Buckinghamshire on Saturday. 

It could be a white weekend if the weather service's predictions are true - but it doesn't look like it will last long. 

The Met Office is warning that a "band of heavy snow may bring disruption" as it moves east on January 16. 

The yellow weather warning is place for large parts of England and Scotland and includes Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Bracknell Forest, Oxford, Reading, Slough, Wokingham, West Sussex and Windsor and Maidenhead. 

The Met Office said: "An area of rain will move eastwards through Saturday and is likely to turn to snow as this runs into cold air over east and southeast England.

"Snow is likely to fall to low levels on the leading edge of the rain area before snow levels gradually rise for many from the west.

"East Anglia and parts of Kent and Sussex look most at risk of seeing snow for longest.

"1-3cm of snow may fall fairly widely over these areas with 5-10cm possible in places, mostly over parts of East Anglia and any higher ground.

"Given recent wet weather and high river levels with rain and snow falling, then melting some flooding impacts are also possible."

Local weather team, Chiltern Weather Alerts, present a similar picture.

They say Saturday will see a "wintry start" with sleet and snow for most of the Chilterns that could cause some issues on the road in higher routes. 

They said: "Early tomorrow morning an area of rain will work it’s way in from the west. As it does so it will bump into the colder air causing some snowfall for a time.

"Areas most likely to see the snow are the higher points in the Chilterns. We could even see a covering when we wake up before it all turns back to rain by 11am.

"As we head through the morning the air will become a tad warmer and anything wintry will turn to rain and will thaw.

"By mid morning we will see some heavy rain so unfortunately flooding is possible once again."