Although it will be a fairly sunny start to the day, temperatures in some areas could fall to as low as -4C the MetOffice has confirmed. For Wales, the Midlands and northwards it will be a frosty start to the day as commuters awake to bitter conditions. After a fairly pleasant start to the month, Britons will experience much colder conditions over the next week as a cold weather front from Scandinavia hits the nation.
Following the morning’s frost, temperatures across the UK will begin to rise as temperatures hit the low teens for many across the country.
Met office Meteorologist Aidan McGivern said: “We’re back to overnight frost during the next few nights.
“It will be a frosty start for many locations from the Midlands northwards but that will be avoided over the southern counties of England.
“In the afternoon it will be just a sunny day and it will pleasant out of wind although it will feel chilly in that wind, however.”
According to Mr McGivern the wind will manage to keep conditions clear on Wednesday but with that clear weather there will also be bone-chilling overnight temperatures.
Although he did add that there may be some showers in the far north of Scotland, for many areas in the UK it will once again be a very cold start.
Mr McGivern added: “There will be a widespread frost from the south coast of England to the north of Scotland.
“It could drop to as low as -3 or -4C on Thursday morning but it will also be sunny.”
The weather expert added that the highest temperatures will be in Wales and the south west of England.
That last blast of hot temperature will soon disappear however as a band of “even colder” air arrives on Friday.
That heavy Scandinavian front will bring with it widespread cloud cover combined with chilly temperatures across the country.
Heading into Saturday Mr McGivern confirmed that there could be “hale or sleet” as temperatures continue to drop.