Temperatures have not climbed above 3C throughout Sunday, as the country had its coldest night since 2016.
An area of low pressure that has now been named as Storm Fionn, she is set to make her way across the Atlantic bringing strong winds and heavy rain.
Parts of Merseyside have been told to expect some snow showers, as rain showers clash with colder polar air sitting above the UK.
An area of low pressure is set to make its way across the Atlantic bringing strong winds and heavy rain.
Merseyside could see the 6th named storm of the season this week, as 60mph winds are predicted to batter the region.
Nasa has said that this month’s Supermoon will be “extra special”, as it will take place at the same time as a lunar eclipse.
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Fog is expected to form this evening and overnight, reducing visibility down to less than 100 metres in places.
Low visibility is expected across the region, with the worst of the fog is expected overnight on Wednesday and into Thursday.
This month the International Space Station will be visible over Merseyside.
Merseyside has been colder than parts of Russia such as Moscow today, as colder air from the north sent temperatures plummeting.