Wirral and Liverpool was hit by snow today as a weather front clashed with freezing air.
Merseyside could see it’s first significant snowfall as Arctic air puts the region in the freezer.
The milder air that has been above the UK since the start of the year is set to be replaced by much colder air this week.
Strong winds are set to hit Merseyside as 50 mph winds have been forecast to batter the region right through the weekend.
Forecsaters at the Met Office have confirmed that there is an enhanced risk of snow and widespread frost almost anywhere across the UK due to the SSW.
The frosty mornings will stop over the weekend as milder air moves in over the country and replaces the northerly colder air.
Temperatures are dropping which means wrapping up, as a Mum I’ve put together some tips on keeping your little one warm.
As if it isn’t tough enough for the homeless, at this time of year the drop in temperatures makes it even harder.
We take a look back at winter 2009/10 which was the most severe in the UK for over 30 years and the coldest since 1978/79.
Mornings are cold this week which means you are likely to wake up with ice on your windscreen.