Maximum temperatures are likely to drop to single figures in many places, with some freezing temperatures overnight.
There will be a mixture of rain, sleet and snow in the north of the country due to a cold Arctic blast heading from the North Pole to Scotland.
The cold air flow will bring temperatures to single figures with ‘feel like’ temperature being in the minus for many.
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Temperatures have already started to drop for most, but that trend will continue on Tuesday, with a cloudy day for most and a band of rain gradually moving southwards from the north of Scotland heralding a change to the colder condition.
Wednesday will see freezing temperatures for many in the morning in a marked contrast to the previous week.
The north and parts of the east coast will experience wintry showers from Wednesday with afternoon temperatures of around 3-7 degrees.