The weather is getting worse across the UK with heavy rains and cold temperatures.
But meteorologists have warned that there could be snowfall in many parts of the UK in the next few weeks.
Forecasters have predicted that the snow will fall “as October comes in November”, meaning we may see a white Halloween.
Greg DeHurst, a senior meteorologist at the Met Office, told The Sun:
“Potentially affected areas are the Scottish Mountains, as well as the highlands of northern England and North Wales.
“No one is likely to be seen in the low-lying areas.
“It’s normal for this time of year.”
The snow warning is further evidence that the UK’s summer season is over as temperatures are set to fall below average for the fall – and wind and rain have engulfed the country.
As the UK moves into autumn, heavy rain is expected throughout the week along the western regions. Scotland, Wales and northwest England are expected to have the highest humidity.
Wind speeds in the east of England are expected to reach 69 mph on Wednesday and 35 mph across the UK by the end of the week.