The bitter north-westerly will continue to get stronger, with gale force gusts predicted, carrying masses of cold air over Britain.
Early showers will ease away, with sunny spells developing. However turning cold, with strengthening winds bringing further heavy showers in from the west later. These increasingly wintry across the hills. Maximum temperature 6C.
Sub-zero temperatures and wintry showers could make a return to Yorkshire next week.
It will remain dry for much of the day, with a mixture of brighter, perhaps sunny spells, but also some cloudier periods. However winds will strengthen, with cloud gradually increasing from the west during the afternoon. Maximum temperature 6C.
Temperatures could drop quite sharply and struggle to rise above zero during the day with southern England, London, the Midlands and north-west England all becoming noticeably colder.