PARTS of Britain are in for a cold night with temperatures dropping down as far as -6C in places.
The coming nights are set to be chilly though the daytime temperature could rise up to 15C during the day at the weekend.
Northern Britain saw frost and wintery weather this morning and temperatures struggled to get to 9C in many places today.
Met Office forecaster Simon Partridge said tonight and the ones that follow will be frosty.
“Overnight it will be mostly dry and still cold in most of the country,” he said.
“It’s possible that in parts of Scotland the temperature could get down as low as -6C and in parts of the Midlands it could get down to -2 or -3C.
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“Saturday and Sunday will be warmer but on Sunday night temperatures could drop down to -3C or -4C. So it looks we’re in for a few cold nights and sunny days next week.”
When it comes to rain, UK is finally due some calm weather this weekend after months of floods and downpours.
After a few days of damp and drizzle this Mothering Sunday weekend "will be the calmest of the year".
The week to come will be pretty mild all round and mostly cloudy, with erratic rain heading south from Wednesday morning and petering out by Friday.
We are likely to see 1cm of rain at most in the midlands tomorrow and a little light drizzle everywhere else.
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