If you thought the last few days were cold, get ready for what’s coming up.
Because temperatures are expected to drop to the negatives with parts of the country getting hit by some snow.
The Met Office has warned that temperatures could drop to as low as -5C in cities and as low as -9C in the countryside.
Met Office forecaster Helen Robert told Metro.co.uk: ‘Tomorrow will be a cold day right the way across the whole of UK.
‘There’ll be a brisk northerly wind bringing cold Arctic air from the north and also some showers, which will predominantly affect coastal counties, like the north sea coast and northern parts of Scotland, where the showers will be wintry.
‘Away from those areas, there will be plenty of crisp autumn sunshine but a significant wind chill, that will lead to a very cold night on Sunday.
The forecaster added: ‘Monday is expected to be the coldest of the autumn so far with temperatures dropping to -5C in Wales and southern England and -8C in Scotland. So it’ll be a very cold start to the new working week.
‘Tuesday will turn less cold but the weather will be more changeable, so there’s the possibility of some early showers but they should soon easy away.
‘Temperatures in London are expected to drop to -1C in the more rural parts while in the city itself, it’s expected to stay a couple of degrees above freezing.’
If only we could all stay in with a cuppa by the fireplace..