‘Scandinavian Shiver' Set To Hit UK On Bonfire Night
There is also currently a yellow weather warning in place in Scotland due to heavy rain, with the Met Office warning there could be flooding in homes and that driving conditions might be difficult.
The weather service has also said it's expecting colder than average temperatures for around a week, but that's only the start of it. The cold snap might go on for the most of the month.
Met Office forecaster Luke Miall told The Mirror: "A much colder spell of weather arrives as cold air sinks down from Scandinavia and the Arctic from Tuesday.
"Wrap up warm for Bonfire Night and wear wellies. After recent rain, there's the risk of cancellations for events using parking on grass.
"Tuesday night looks dry but frosty, with -2°C lows in Scotland, with cold nights in the south as well later in the week and -4°C possible.
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"Daytime temperatures will struggle to 6-8°C for many this week, with midweek showers cold enough for snow in Scotland and to lower levels on Shetland, with 50mph gusts forecast in the South West.
"The pool of cold air stays with us and it looks like remaining on the cold side from the weekend onward."
Forecaster Brian Gaze, from the Weather Outlook, also warned that this November is set to be 'the coldest since 2010'.
The 2010 Big Freeze saw lows of -21°C in Scotland, while snow and ice caused disruption to travel and some forecasters have suggested it started off in a similar way to what is being forecast for the next couple of days.
On the plus side, it's a good excuse to stay in, order a takeaway and watch Netflix.
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