Heavy rainfall will hit the south of the nation, whereas temperatures will drop within the north, with even an opportunity of snow in Scotland.
Nonetheless, by the tip of subsequent week, circumstances are prone to develop into milder and extra typical for the time of 12 months.
The Met Workplace’s forecast for Thursday to Friday reads: “A swath of rain, some heavy, will slowly transfer south-east throughout Wales and England.
“It is getting brighter within the northwest and getting colder, with some patches of fog. Wet within the far northwest.
“Rain showers clear up most elements however persist in elements of South East England, heavy in some locations, particularly close to coasts.
“Sunny durations elsewhere with some showers within the northwest.”
Then it predicts for Saturday to Monday: “Heavy rain showers in South East England on Saturday, in any other case principally superb with just a few showers.
“Sunday and Monday, rain and wind will increase to the southeast, adopted by scattered showers and sunny spells. It would get colder.”
Temperatures are additionally beginning to drop, with highs of 15C within the north dropping to simply 11C subsequent week.
On Saturday, some areas might see the mercury wrestle to get into double digits.
This chilly snap seems prone to proceed throughout the nation properly into subsequent week.