The UK is going to feel bitter as the temperatures dive ever colder as the week progresses.
The week starts some what damp, However a cold Northerly wind sets in and the risk of snowfall increases even for those in low lying areas.
On Wednesday night an area of Low pressure crosses the UK with snowfall on its Northern edge with some parts across the North of England & Scotland seeing a covering.
As that low pressure clears Eastwards a renewed push South of colder air from the Arctic takes hold Thursday into Friday before another Atlantic low pressure system brings moisture into the mix. This will lead to tricky conditions as the precipitation readily turns to snow across parts of Northern Ireland, The Midlands, Northern England and Scotland Friday night into Saturday morning.
Beyond this the theme continues with a cold wintry week expected.