there is a “real chance” that snow will cover Britain in weeks, the Met Office said.
Now the Met Office has warned that snow could hit other parts of the UK weeks after arriving in Scotland.
Icy temperatures are forecast to drop to 10 ° C in Yorkshire as October turns colder.
However, the forecaster said it was not “unusual” for it to snow at this time of year.
Met Office Senior Meteorologist Greg Dewhurst said Mirror: “We are now entering the time of year when the change in conditions becomes really remarkable.
“As we enter October it will certainly be colder. Although no snow is forecast imminently, there is always a real possibility in the coming weeks. It is not uncommon at this time of year.
“We have already seen snow in Scotland, and we could see some in other parts of the UK later on.”
Weather expert Dave King gave “bad news” about the icy weather freezing the UK.
He said on This Morning: “It’s going to be very cold and very ice.
“That is bad news for people with gas and electric because their bills are skyrocketing.”
The warm weather arrived in September after Londoners faced flash floods during the summer.