Meteorologist Luke Miall said there will be a north-south divide for temperatures through Sunday and Monday, with frost to start the day. He said: “In the south it stays mild, temperatures holding up in the double figures, whilst further north it’s colder, especially so in the northeast of Scotland. A widespread frost to start Sunday.”
Mr Miall added that showers over the country during the night will move northwards before hitting some colder air, producing some hill snow.
He said: “Through Sunday morning, that rain continues its journey a little bit further northwards for a time.
“It kind of bumps into the colder air and gives a little bit of hill snow for a while, before easing eastwards.”
Meanwhile, the southwest will experience heavy showers and even “the odd rumble of thunder mixed in as well”.
The blustery winds will continue across southern areas, but there will be some brighter skies and sunshine across northern parts of Scotland.
On Sunday afternoon, the north-south split for temperatures continues, reaching around 14 degrees in south, whilst hovering in the single digits further north.
Mr Miall said there will be “cold feel to things” in these areas.
He added: “Through Sunday evening we continue to see these blustery showers easing their way eastwards, some hail mixed in at times too.
“Further outbreaks of showery rain across Scotland could give some hill snow for a time.”
It starts dry on Monday morning, which some sunshine first thing, but wet weather will creep in again in the south.
Mr Miall added: “Again, a north-south split in our weather, often unsettled, but a much brighter and better day to come across much of northern England and Northern Ireland and Scotland – just a few coastal showers, otherwise plenty of sunshine.
“And again, those temperatures still seeing that north-south split, the coldest across the north, the mildest in the south and that theme really does continue as we head into Tuesday.”