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The temperatures once again fell below freezing overnight, as the autumn chill persisted.
Areas in Scotland, northern England, and Wales experienced sub-zero temperatures overnight, reaching as low as -5C in some parts of Scotland. Other regions also saw temperatures hovering around or just above freezing.
The western region experienced above-freezing temperatures due to the development of clouds in the evening and early hours of Sunday.
On Sunday, the Met Office predicts that daytime temperatures will remain relatively low. However, increasing cloud cover in the west may lead to slightly warmer conditions.
Meteorologist Ellie Glaisyer from the Met Office predicts that on Sunday, temperatures in northern and eastern regions of England will remain in the mid-single digits, creating a very chilly atmosphere.
Temperatures in the South West will be more moderate due to the presence of clouds and rain, with an expected range of 9-11 degrees Celsius.
Throughout Sunday, rain showers will slowly move from Northern Ireland and southwest England to the southern portion of the country.
The rest of the area will have cloudy skies, while central Scotland will have the most sunshine.
According to Ms Glaisyer, Sunday evening will have cold temperatures, but they won’t be as severe as the previous two nights. There is also a lower chance of frost.
There is a forecast for rain to persist towards the east on Sunday night, but it will gradually subside on Monday and be replaced by clearer skies.
The possibility of showers and snow in Scotland and northeast England may bring another chilly day, but the southern regions will experience warmer temperatures.