From Thursday this week the UK will be in the grip of its first cold Northerly this side of summer and that will lead to snow.
Whilst wide spread or disruptive snowfall is not expected there will be a risk of a 5-10cms for parts of Scotland particularly in the North and for areas over 1000ft.
The risk is then extended to Northern Ireland & North Wales on Saturday with snow showers possible almost anywhere.
By the end of the weekend high pressure moves in killing off any shower activity with a gradual return to near normal temperatures.
However the cold may not be over for long as a potential easterly has been hinted at for the period 6-10th of November by some model outputs.
Thats one we will of course keep an eye on.