Storm Brendan will see that Friday will bring heavy showers, while temperatures will drop below freezing in some cases, before everything settles this weekend. This weekend, it will be much drier, though conditions will become colder, according to forecasters.
In the Scottish Highlands, showers and even snow is set to occur, as temperatures hit lows of -4C.
This forecast means that driving conditions could be risky business across the UK.
Met Office forecaster Greg Dewhurst said via The Sun: “The strong winds and rain will return today.
“Those showers may turn wintry in Wales and northern parts of England.
“As we head into the weekend it becomes more settled and quiet with lighter winds.
“There will be more in the way of sunshine but an increasing risk of overnight frosts.”
The UK is attempting to deal with the Storm.
He said that “the moment of crisis has come” and “life-or-death decisions” must be made now, to tackle climate change and rising temperatures.
Sir David said via The Sun: “We have been putting things off year after year, we have been raising targets and saying ‘Oh well, if do it within the next 20 years…
“The moment of crisis has come, we can no longer prevaricate.
“We can’t go on saying ‘but there’s hope’ and leave it to next year – we have to change and we have to change not by appeals to different kinds of optimism but to deliberate, compelling, life-or-death decisions.”