PUBLISHED: 05:05, Thu, Oct 15, 2020 | UPDATED: 05:05, Thu, Oct 15, 2020
North-easterly winds will bring bitter temperatures but some sunny spells will brace the UK. Rain and frost is also forecast to hit the country due to the “nagging” winds.
The Met Office has said there will be “significant changes” to Britain’s weather next week.
Aidan McGivern, Met Office Meteorologist, said: “Significant changes in the weather are on the way from Monday so let’s focus on the first four days for now because that’s relatively straight forward.”
Thursday morning is expected to bring a chilly start.
The Met Office said: “Thursday looks like a dry, bright and chilly day for most.”
Britain will be struck by freezing temperatures as winds bring chilly conditions (Image: WXCHARTS)
But there will be some showers as the week draws to an end.
Mr McGivern said: “A few showers around yes but also plenty of bright days and chilly nights heading into the weekend.”
He added that “high pressure is in charge” this week bringing cloud and frost.
He said: “At the moment that high pressure centres to the north of the UK.
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Into Thursday evening, temperatures are set to drop dramatically (Image: WXCHARTS)
“An easterly breeze at first bringing plenty of showers to the east but by Friday and the weekend that high pressure is drifting away.
“We’re left with very slack isobars so light winds, low pressure doesn’t replace the high just