Feeling colder with a biting, bitter windchill
Severe weather warnings have been issued for northern England and Scotland, where it could drop to minus 10C (14F) in some places.
Expect it to feel colder with a biting, bitter windchill, this Valentine's Day.
A wintry start to the weekend
It'll be a cold day for much of the UK, with rain across many southern areas.
Spells of sleet and hill snow are possible, with a brisk easterly wind exacerbating the cold feel.
Meanwhile, a band of rain, sleet and snow across eastern Scotland will be moving slowly southwards into northeast England.
Elsewhere, it will be mostly dry and bright, with sunny spells. Temperatures will be reaching highs of 7 Celsius (45 F) in the southeast.
It is set to remain unsettled into Saturday, becoming drier on Sunday.
It's set to remain cold and frosty, Sunday to be drier than tomorrow.
The wintry theme continues.
Sleet and snow for some parts of Scotland. Elsewhere in the UK will be cold, cloudy and with some showers.
Temperatures tumbling in the clear skies