A BLAST of cold air from Scandinavia will bring miserable weather conditions to the UK in the coming days and weeks.
As low pressure remnants from Hurricane Epsilon continue to trigger flood warnings, northerly winds will gradually move the rains on.
But while these Scandinavian winds will bring drier weather, they'll also send temperatures plummeting.
The BBC's long range weather forecast said: "Mild early in the week, but as low pressure areas shift east into Scandinavia and Germany later in the week, it will become a bit colder. The detail on how cold it will get towards the end of the week is very uncertain."
"The most likely outcome for mid-November is that a ridge of high pressure over Scandinavia and central Europe should shift westwards to sit over England and Wales, allowing for a drier pattern of weather here," it added.
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