Temperatures are set to drop sharply across the UK as Arctic winds bring a cold snap over Sunday night.
The Met Office said an approaching cold front could see temperatures drop as low as -4C in parts of the country.
People will be waking up to a widespread ground frost on Monday morning and commuters are advised to wrap up and leave time to scrape their cars.
Temperatures are set to remain low during Monday day, with may parts of the country struggling to get above 10C.
Becky Mitchell, forecaster for the Met Office, said: “We have a cold front coming in from the north which is drawing in winds from the arctic.
“Sunday into Monday we will see widespread cold temperatures and ground frost, so people on Monday morning will be scraping their cars.
“Temperatures could get down to -3C or -4C in parts of the North and Scotland. Monday day itself will also be cold with some places not getting out of single figures”.
The approaching cold snap comes after the UK enjoyed unseasonally clement temperatures this week with highs of 19C in parts of the country.
The drop in temperatures is not forecast to last long with milder conditions due to return over Tuesday and Wednesday.