Forecasters are warning of below normal temperatures and an above average risk of snow.
The Met Office have warned of freezing rain, ICE and snow.
Cold air from the east has gripped the country and temperatures over the next 24 hours are not expected to climb much above freezing.
Yellow weather warnings have been issued for northern parts of the UK as some parts could expect ‘blizzard conditions’.
This week will see the colder air from the east return and a risk of snow.
Colder air from the west will grip the country this week and forecasters have said there is a chance of snow.
As December arrives temperatures are set to dip below average for the time of year
Temperatures on Merseyside are set to fall this week as Arctic air arrives from the north.
A few days ago forecasters hinted to hill snow falling down to lower levels to Merseyside during Bank Holiday Monday, however, this forecast has now been revised.
After a mild weekend that saw plenty of sunny spells on Sunday, the cold air is set to return in the new week.