Will feel more like February, say experts.
Temperatures will fall to -3C (27F) by the end of the week, say forecasters, and parts of Britain will endure overnight frosts and icy winds.
The wind chill factor will take parts of the North down to -5C and even the South will be shivering in overnight lows close to freezing.
There could even be another dusting of snow over the hills in the far North by Thursday.
This could make the beginning of May feel more like February, experts said.
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“The overnight frost could affect fruit crops and young seedlings badly even in the south i.e. London and Kent,” says Don.