BRITAIN is set to be hit by a -3 chill and battered by rain in a frosty finish to the weekend.
Temperatures will plunge over night with Scotland bearing the brunt of the cold weather.
During the day rain will batter southeast England but will eventually clear in the afternoon.
Showers will be heaviest in Northern Ireland with Scotland seeing coastal gales.
Brits can expect mild conditions with the mercury rising to 11C in Southern England.
But on Sunday night light winds and clearing skies will lead to a sharp, widespread frost and ice patches across the north.
Temperatures will plunge to -1C in northern England and down to -3 in the Shetland Isles.
Conditions won’t get any brighter on Monday with more rain starting in the northwest and then coming down south.