Today there will be further wintry conditions, as heavy rainfall and frost affect many regions early on, but clear spells will cause temperatures to bounce back throughout the afternoon.
Met Office meteorologist Aidan McGivern commented on the conditions, saying: “It is going to be a wet start to Thursday in the east, but clear skies in the west mean it will be a chilly start with frost and fog.
“For some areas - notably north-west Scotland, Northern Ireland - there will be patches of frost and some dense fog first thing."
The weather expert warned commuters to pay attention to heavy frost on the roads on Thursday morning.
It is going to be a wet start to Thursday in the east, but clear skies in the west mean it will be a chilly start with frost and fog
Thicker cloud will remain across eastern Scotland and eastern parts of England throughout the morning, before clearing away as we move into the afternoon.
Heavy rainfall affecting these regions will also clear away gradually, and will just cling to Sheltand and East Anglia around lunchtime.
Other regions - including north-west England, Wales, and south-west England - will enjoy sunny spells throughout the day, with temperatures rising to