It's going to be a wet weekend as heavy rain is expected for parts of the Highlands and north-east.
Heavy and persistent rain is expected across the UK on Saturday with parts of the Midlands that have struggled with heavy flooding set to be hit by another deluge.
Temperatures dropped to nearly minus 10C on Monday night – the coldest of the autumn so far.
Temperatures could reach their lowest so far this autumn, with a frosty night ahead, the Met Office has warned.
Motorists are advised to take care on roads this morning as temperatures across the region drop.
Large parts of the country remain mired in floods as experts warn the chaos could continue until Tuesday.
People across the north-east woke up to wintry scenes this morning as the first real cold snap of the season hit.
Winter is well underway in the north and north-east of Scotland as another night of plunging temperatures left many areas with a fresh covering of snow this morning.
Residents of South Yorkshire and Lincolnshire are being warned to remain vigilant as more rain is expected in flood-hit areas on Thursday.
Snow has fallen across parts of England and Wales as Yorkshire prepares for further rain after days of flooding.
The Met Office is warning of icy conditions and the possibility of snow across the north-east this evening and into Thursday.
Serious flooding has closed roads in Northern Ireland.
The first flourish of winter weather saw snow cover parts of the north of Scotland overnight and into yesterday.
Parts of England endured a month’s worth of rain in 24 hours, with scores of people rescued or forced to evacuate their homes, others stranded overnight in a shopping centre, and travel plans thrown into chaos.
More flooding misery is expected on Friday as the torrential downpours which brought flooded roads and home evacuations continue.
A deluge of rain is expected across parts of England and Wales as party leaders continue on their campaign trails ahead of the December election.
Stormy weather battered the north and north-east over the weekend, with strong wind ripping an oil platform from a pier in Shetland.
Motorists and homeowners are being urged to "be prepared" as heavy rain continues to hit the north-east.
A woman in her 60s has died after a tree is believed to have fallen on her car in Dorset.
Trees and scaffolding have been blown over leaving cars damaged and transport disrupted after high winds of more than 80mph hit parts of the UK.
Freak conditions could produce torrential downpours for parts of the north and north-east this weekend, with some areas expecting up to three inches of rain.
People attending fireworks displays in southern parts of the country should be mindful of wet and windy weather, which could cause their plans to fizzle out.
Heavy rain is set to hit the north and north-east over the weekend, the Met Office has warned.
The UK has been hit by widespread flooding after rivers burst their banks following the weekend’s heavy rain.
The UK could be hit by widespread flooding if rivers burst their banks following the weekend’s heavy rain.
Parts of the UK are dealing with the aftermath of heavy downpours which caused flooding and road closures in some areas.
Heavy rain across parts of the UK has led to several football matches being cancelled, train delays and flooded roads.
More than a dozen flood warnings are in place and weather warnings have been issued as much of England and Wales face heavy rain on Saturday.
Widespread flooding, colder temperatures and even snow on hilly ground is possible as wintry weather returns to the UK ahead of the clocks going back on Sunday.
Commuters ground to a halt last night as heavy rain battered the region - with more expected today.
Police are warning commuters to plan their journeys ahead after the inclement weather left a north-east road "impassable".
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for later today.