‘Early winter’ heading to the UK with temperatures to plunge to -10

Brits have been warned an "early winter" is on its way with temperatures dropping as low as -10C.

A 1,000-mile wide "Norwegian barrage" will bring Arctic temperatures to the UK, with Scotland worst affected.

Temperatures in parts of the UK could plunge to -10C as the country experiences cold weather over the coming weeks.

The Met Office said Scotland is facing an "early winter" with snow and frost expected, MirrorOnline reports.

According to The Weather Outlook, the region could experience -10C next month.

Forecaster Brian Gaze claims an "early winter" is expected to bring in chilly temperatures in the coming weeks.

He said: “It looks like an early winter, with the cards stacked in favour of a cold second half of autumn due to La Nina.

“-10C is expected in Scotland and -7C in England by late November, with snow on Scottish mountains now, in northern England from early November and the South at risk from late November.”

In better news for today's forecast, Met Office forecaster Rebecca Mitchell said there will be plenty of sunshine after a chilly start to the day.

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A few light showers are expected to hit coastal areas, in particular North Sea coastal districts.

Many other areas will be dry with sunny spells, the Met Office said.

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Sunday will be another cold day, however less windy than Saturday.

In the evening, the weather is expected to be dry and chilly in the South and East with a few fog patches in Eastern England.

It will be cloudier elsewhere with outbreaks of rain moving eastwards.

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