BBC UK weather forecast: Carol Kirkwood issues shock ICE WARNING as Storm Oscar strikes (Image: BBC)
The UK will be struck with frost and fog this morning, leaving most Britons waking up to bitter conditions this Thursday.
For many, November 1 is going to be a damp and grey day as rain batters central and eastern areas first thing this morning.
But the rain should ease as it drifts eastwards during the course of the day, leaving central and eastern quarters dry with clear skies.
Meteorologist Carol Kirkwood delivered the weather report live from RHS Wisley in Woking today where she warned BBC Breakfast viewers there was the risk of ice.
there’s the risk of ice on untreated surfaces in the north west
Carol Kirkwood, BBC Breakfast reporter
She said: “It is a chilly start across parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland, there’s some frost and there’s the risk of ice on untreated surfaces in the north west.
“We’ve also got some patchy mist and fog to watch out for first thing as well, but if you’re in the south under cloud and rain it’s much milder than it was this time yesterday.”
Most places in the UK will be largely dry and bright by the afternoon, however, there is going to be a shattering of showers across western regions, particularly west Scotland.
In the west of Scotland the downpours are going to be quite wintry over the hills and it will feel rather chilly across central, northern areas.
Temperatures across the board today in the double figures, with the best of the sunshine in the south east, especially in London where the heat value should be 12 Celsius.
However, it is going