According to charts, temperatures across the country are expected to plummet below sub-zero on January 20. The lowest of the temperatures will be in Yorkshire, where graphs from WXCharts show the mercury falling to -3C. For the majority of the south of England and Midlands, temperatures will fall to freezing on Thursday afternoon.
Parts of northern Wales and the entirety of Scotland will see the mercury fall to -1C later this month.
Due to the cold weather, further graphs show parts of Scotland, particularly Inverness, may see snow.
According to charts, snow levels may exceed 10cm on Thursday.
These ice-cold conditions will remain on January 21, with London and the southeast seeing the mercury fall to -1C.
Such are the cold conditions, temperature anomaly charts show the southwest falling -6C what is expected for the time of year.
Other areas in the south will see temperatures fall to -4C what is expected.
For the Midlands and north of England, the mercury will fall to -2C what is expected.
The southwest and the majority of the Midlands will also see temperatures fall to -1C.
While at times conditions may be warmer in February, the Met Office did warn of snow in northern areas.
For the period between January 29 to February 12, they said: “High pressure is expected to remain dominant across the UK.
“This leads to generally settled conditions prevailing, resulting in an increased likelihood of overnight frost and fog which may linger in places, otherwise bright or sunny spells.
“Into February outbreaks of rain and stronger winds are likely at times across the far north, whereas settled conditions are likely to persist in the south.