Temperatures are plummeting and frosty mornings and evenings are becoming the norm as winter nears. On Thursday, the high will be just 10C as gales and torrential rain sweep the country.
Temperatures look ready to drop even further as one chart shows snowfall across the country next week.
The map from WXCharts shows snow across Scotland, down to the north and west of England and reaching Wales by Thursday, November 14.
The snow depth map shows up to 4.3 inches in the Highlands, 2.3 inches close to Aberdeen and 1.1 inches in Edinburgh.
For the north of England, Newcastle has 2.7 inches and Cumbria 4.7 inches.
Durham could see a staggering 6.6 inches if WXCharts prediction rings true.
According to the map, North Wales will also be covered by 4.3 inches of snow.
The Met Office also forecasts snow next week, saying: “Cold with patchy fog early Saturday before rain, with hill snow in the north, spreads east, clearing south through Sunday.
“Showers follow, ahead of further rain and hill snow Monday.”
He added: “This is Arctic in origin and will come across Scandinavia so it is going to be much colder.”
For Scotland, freezing temperatures are forecast overnight, with lows of -1C near Loch Rannoch.
Met Office weather spokesman Oli Claydon said: “It will be a chilly night, certainly. Wrap up warm. There will be a few scattered showers.
“Take a look at the weather to see if you are going to need a warm coat or a waterproof coat.”
Looking ahead to the week, he added: “Quite broadly, across the UK it continues to be unsettled.”