After facing heavy snow at the start of December, it seems more is expected as a new map shows London being hit with a lot of snow. 

The forecast predicted for next week by WX Charts breaks down all of the chances of rain, snow, wind, cloudy skies and sunny skies. 

WX Charts shows that snow could cover parts of England starting on January 18, with parts of London covered.

The North East of London is most likely to see snow but other parts of the capital are expected to be covered with the white stuff. 

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Back at the start of December, Londoners woke up to a week of snow after arctic air brought some freezing air and temperatures. 

The snow also saw travel chaos with 12 National Rail and London Underground lines all disrupted along with 28 bus routes suspended. 

Snow to hit London next week

The full weather forecast can be checked on the Met Office website here.

The Met Office report for next week shows a drop in temperatures with an average of 5C and white clouds throughout. 

As a Met Office spokesperson says: "These cooler conditions are likely to allow the wintry showers to return, bringing an increasing likelihood of snow across northern regions down to lower levels.

"Fresh and breezy winds are often likely, becoming stronger at times with a risk of gales."