Temperatures took a nosedive across the UK Friday night, as freezing Arctic air flowed in from Iceland.
The bitterly cold airflow saw snow fall in northern Scotland at around 5am, at Cairngorms National Park near Inverness where -2C was recorded.
Elsewhere, temperatures dropped across England and Wales to around 6C, according to the Met Office.
London “felt like” 5C, say NetWeather, while Brighton shivered at 3C, Cardiff 4C and Edinburgh 2C — that’s at least 10C below the average low for the time of year.
From a record-breaking summer heatwave to an early onset of Autumn — further signs of the swings between extremes as the Grand Solar Minimum intensifies.