Sunny skies are on the way back for a short period of time before a cold blast brings showers, strong gales and bands of rain.
Britons are being told to prepare for wintry weather conditions as a band of rain moves easterly across from Scotland and Northern Ireland.
A cold blast pushing in from the Atlantic could bring Britain snow and hail in Scotland and northern part of England .
Sunday will be largely dry with clear spells while the temperatures will stay between 5C to 10C across the country.
The Met Office said white flurries and hail are likely to hit on the lower grounds of the northwestern part of Scotland and peaks of the north.
Showers will become generally confined to western areas on Monday morning before it spreads into the south-west during the evening.
Tuesday will be mostly dry with sunny spells in the south and east.
There will be more in the way of cloud elsewhere with showers in the north and west, wintry in nature over high ground.
Meteorologist Jo Farrow at Netweater.tv, said: "A secondary low develops during Monday heading out into the North Sea for the start of Tuesday and this has had some interest.
"Next week really will be quite different; windy, unsettled, rain or hill snow on showers whizzing in from the west."
Five-day weather forecast:
Rain and fresh to strong winds moving southeastwards across the UK, followed by some bright or sunny spells across western areas during the afternoon. Wintry showers developing across northwest Scotland. Becoming colder from the northwest.
Blustery showers for northern and westerns UK and turning wintry in the northwest with some snow over high ground. Risk of icy stretches by dawn for Northern Ireland and Scotland.
Sunny spells and scattered showers, these wintry in the north, and perhaps merging into a longer spell of rain later. Feeling cold in the brisk southwesterly winds.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Windy and cold on Tuesday with a mix of sunny intervals and wintry showers. Turning milder for Wednesday and Thursday with rain in the north and west.
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