Britain has been cooking in record temperatures over the last week.
Yesterday saw the hottest winter day ever across the country, according to the Met Office.
But the latest readings suggest the season will hit hard once again, with temperatures predicted to drop as low as -3C.
Last March saw Britain battered by the Beast from the East.
The Siberian cold front caused travel chaos with 50cm of snow in some areas and took 17 lives.
Fears have since been sparked of a repeat amid cold predictions.
But the Reading University meteorologist, who specialises in climate models, believes there could be a change coming.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, Dr Shonk said: “It’s hard to say [whether we will see snow].
“March is obviously a month where you can get snow.
“I think the Met Office statistics show there are four snow days typically in March a year.
“Based on that, it’s looking around average temperature, even above towards the end.
“So possible no but you never know.”
This comes as a weather warning was issued today of a 500-mile-wide Saharan Dust cloud to choke Britain today.