The Met Office say they're unable to confirm at the moment where in the United Kingdom the potentially heavy snow will hit.
For conditions on Friday, the Met Office said: "A band of rain and hill snow will increasingly turn to snow to lower levels through Friday evening and overnight into Saturday".
Mr Bowles told Metro.co.uk: 'It's not likely to be anything like as bad as two weeks ago, but we could see between 2cm and 5cm of snow'.
Parts of England and Scotland may face more snow towards the end of the week, with cold winds from the east set to strike again.
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Frosts are forecast to be widespread in the east and "severe" in some places.
"We start to see colder air coming in from the east then, as we go through Friday and into Saturday, when that cold air meets that band of rain on the east side of the country", she said. However, it would not compare to the conditions caused by the so-called "beast from the east" earlier this month.
"Saturday, turning much colder with a strengthening easterly wind, some snow showers possible later".
Parts of western and northern Aberdeenshire, including a stretch of the busy A96, are included in the at risk area.