Britain braces for sub-zero temperatures with wintry showers forecast

Dig out your woolly jumpers! Britain braces for sub-zero temperatures with frost, fog and wintry showers forecast for the rest of the month

  • There will be some chillier nights coming up as we head into the autumn months with temperatures dipping
  • Temperatures could plummet to minus 2 degrees during the coming weeks as frost and heavy rain sweep in 
  • Heavy showers are expected on Monday and through the first part of the week before drying up on Thursday 

Britain braces for sub-zero temperatures with frost, fog and wintry showers forecast for the rest of the month. 

Much of the UK has a dry day with sunny periods but it remains chilly with wet weather moving eastwards. 

However there will be some chillier nights coming up as we head into the autumn months, with temperatures dipping below freezing to minus 2C at night.  

Britain braces for sub-zero temperatures with frost, fog and wintry showers forecast for the rest of the month

Much of the UK has a dry day with sunny periods today but it remains chilly with wet weather moving eastwards (Swanage, Dorset, pictured)

Many areas will remain dry today with sunny spells and just the odd light shower around. Showers are expected to move in throughout the start of the week 

Temperatures range from 8C (46F) in the north to 13C (55F) in the south. 

A few light showers are expected to hit coastal areas, in particular North Sea coastal districts.

Many other areas will remain dry with sunny spells and just the odd light shower around. 

It is to be rather cold, but less windy than on Saturday. 

During the night some of Eastern England will see fog and elsewhere across the UK there will be cloudy patches. 

Tomorrow there will be brighter with showery conditions in the north and west and it will probably remain wet in much of central and eastern England into the night.  

On Monday it will be dry and bright for most of the day across most of south-east England.

Temperatures today range from 8C (46F) in the north to 13C (55F) in the south with a few light showers expected to hit coastal areas 

Many other areas will remain dry with sunny spells and just the odd light shower around. It is to be rather cold, but less windy than on Saturday

During the night some of Eastern England will see fog and elsewhere across the UK there will be cloudy patches

For the rest of the UK it may become cloudy and cold with outbreaks of rain and drizzle.     

On Tuesday there will be showers and spells of rain but this should dry up for the rest of the week with brighter weather moving in across the UK by Thursday.    

Towards the end of the month the temperatures will remain around average for the time of year with some slight dips making it feel chillier. 

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