This will follow on from an icy experience across the UK last night and this morning. Today, a band of rain will move across Wales rather quickly with chances of snow on hills above 300m. There will be an ice warning across the far north of Scotland and risk of frost and hill snow in the north.
Met Office meteorologist Simon Partridge said: “Cold spots across Scotland could see temperatures go down to minus 3 or minus 4.”
The midlands could see temperatures dip below freezing first thing on this morning.
Today will see icy temperatures starting off cold and frosty but clear sunny spells will bring more clement weather as the day progresses.
For mid-Monday, Mr Partridge said: “Much of the day will see plenty of sunshine on offer.”
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He added: “By early afternoon Monday the clouds could be thick enough for a few spots of rain.
“But wind coming from the south will turn temperatures a little bit milder by the middle of the week.
“Lighter winds will make temperatures seem a little more pleasant when you are out and about.”
By mid-week there will be high and settled conditions with Thursday, Valentine’s Day, seeing the sunniest conditions.
By week’s end, the whole of the UK will be largely dry with sunny spells and mild days the norm.
This is caused by a high-pressure region from the south moving upwards towards the UK.
In summary, the rest of the week remains mainly dry.
There may be a little rain across the northwest at times.
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