Sub zero temperatures are forecast for Devon and Cornwall – with Storm Darcy expected to brings blizzards to southern England.
Heavy snow and gale-force winds across South East England, with cold air from Russia coming in – and ‘Amber’ snow warnings in place for the coastal area.
Here in the South West, temperatures are set fall to as low as -2°C in parts of Devon, after cold weather warning was issued.
The band of rain will start moving towards the Northeast towards the end of the day.
The maximum temperature we can expect on Saturday is 9°C.
Met Office said: “Tonight Rain will move southwestwards across many parts, turning to snow across eastern counties before clearly away later. Some icy patches likely later. Cornwall remaining mostly dry.”
On Sunday we can expect much colder weather with the maximum temperature forecast being just 3°C.
The Met Office South West forecast reads: “Much colder on Sunday, with occasional snow flurries possible in the east.
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“Staying dry further west but with largely cloudy skies. Feeling particularly bitter in a strong northeasterly wind. Maximum temperature 3 °C.
“Monday and Tuesday mostly dry with sunny spells, with just the odd snow shower. Cloudier on Wednesday with the risk of more persistent rain and snow, especially in the south.”