After a mild weekend that saw plenty of sunny spells on Sunday, the cold air is set to return in the new week.
Just as we thought we had seen the last of the wintry weather and freezing temperatures, the beast from the east will bite back.
Colder air from Russia could bring back the freezing temperatures to the UK, which could mean further risks of snow.
The change in the jet streams position has allowed colder winds from Siberia to hit the UK, resulting temperatures that could at the coldest for several years.
The change in the jet streams position has allowed colder winds from Russia to hit the UK, resulting in a drop in temperatures.
The weather will feel very cold at the weekend as winds from Russia send temperatures plummeting across Merseyside.
A change in wind direction will open the freezer door and winds from Russia will sweep in over the UK from the east.
Merseyside has been colder than parts of Russia such as Moscow today, as colder air from the north sent temperatures plummeting.
There has been some speculation by the British press that the UK may be in for the longest winter in 50 years and after the arrival of a migrating Bewick’s swan from Russia.
Moscow has had it’s first snowfall of season and the same airmass will bring colder winds towards the UK.