WHILE most have been enjoying the brilliant sunshine and warmth across the Easter weekend, packing away the winter woollies might have been a bit premature.

According to the Met Office, north Shropshire and Mid Wales will join the res of the UK in being battered by gales, a huge temperature drop and even the prospect of heavy snow!

A Met Office spokesperson said: "We will see strong winds and risk of coastal gales developing overnight. Temperatures drop sharply leading to a harsh frost.

"Rain will be followed by wintry showers push in from the north, mostly clearing by dawn."

Their forecast for Monday said: "A mostly dry morning with snow showers arriving in the afternoon.

"A cold day with a biting northerly wind, despite the frequent sunny spells. Another widespread frost developing overnight. Maximum temperature 7C."

The Met Office also predicts that there is a chance of 'heavy snow' falling across the region – including in North Wales while Mid Wales and north Shropshire's temperatures will struggle to rise above six degrees.

Across the UK, there is a yellow weather warning for Scotland, where most of the heavy snow will fall between Monday and Wednesday.