From Sunday the temperature is set to plummet with lows of 5C and in London there will be highs of 9C and in this high parts of Scotland there could be snow fall from Saturday.
The Met Office has said that in rural areas there will be “widespread” frost and in other areas of the UK there could be “some localised flooding.”
In their long range forecast the Met Office said the chance of snow has “increased across central areas, with perhaps wintry showers in parts of the north” amid dry weather.
Met Office forecaster Clare Nasir said, “Through the next few days the weather remains changeable.
“There is a downturn in temperature so expect some chilly mornings and also the winds will pick up from time to time.
“There is also a rain warning in force for the south-east through Wednesday night and into Thursday.
“Through the day the clouds will come and go in land across England and Wales. Expect a few showers cropping up here before the cloud thickens across the south-west and we’ll see the first of the rain.
“Also expect some localised flooding, possible across the south east with some high rainfall totals as that rain migrates its way northwards through Thursday across central and eastern areas of the country.”