Temperatures across the UK are forecast to return to average weather after the hot start of October.
From Wednesday (October 13), areas of north-west Scotland, such as parts of northern England, will see freezing temperatures at night.
Jim Dale of British Weather Services said conditions in the UK were about to return to their seasonal averages, with wet conditions returning next week.
He said: “No worries this week, basically cheap. Next week wet and windy but no storm.
Wet in the Northwest – as usual. Not too cold, really just a return to the seasonal average.
When is the first snowfall forecast in the UK?
The UK is set to see its first snowfall of the season in a fortnight.
Temperatures will drop significantly this coming week, along with the Northwest. Scotland Cold front, and return to seasonal average across the country.
Snowfall could potentially hit the UK in time for a scary season, bringing “white Halloween” to some parts of the country.
According to netweather.tv, forecasters are predicting snow on the west coast of Wales and Scotland on October 24 at 6 am.
October 24 is the proposed date for mercury to drop to 0C north of the Scottish border, with lows of -1C expected in some parts of the country.