It will be a clear and frosty start for many on Monday, with plenty of sunshine around.
Some parts of the south east may begin with misty or foggy conditions, with cloud possibly lingering into the afternoon.
A band of rain will affect Scotland during the morning and will move south east slowly throughout the day.
Temperatures will reach a maximum of 8C.
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Under clear skies and light winds, we will see a widespread frost with temperatures dropping below freezing, lasting into the morning.Read the full story ›
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A widespread frost developing tonight, under clear skies and light winds.Read the full story ›
Large parts of Britain shivered in wintry snowfalls as temperatures plunged to lows of minus six degrees centigrade over the weekend.
The lowest temperature on Saturday night was recorded in Topcliffe in North Yorkshire, which saw a frosty minus 6C, while minus 5.6C was recorded in Benson, in south Oxfordshire.
Forecasters have said that the weather will get slightly warmer next week, but there is another chilly night ahead as the winter closes in, with temperatures dropping to zero in most places.
Showers are expected to push southwards towards the north east today, with the possibility of short snowfalls.
Next week will see temperatures rise slightly, though the weather will become more unsettled with rain and strong winds, forecasters said.
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Expect it to be bitterly cold even as biting northerly winds ease.Read the full story ›
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