The Met Office has issued yellow warnings for wind and snow for parts of the UK as temperatures drop.
Snow has blanketed parts of the country after the bank holiday sunshine with temperatures plunging by 11C.
The yellow warnings have been issued for parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland for Monday and Tuesday.
Photos this morning show snow covering houses, streets and green spaces around the country including in parts of Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Northumberland and Cumbria.
Easter Monday’s temperatures are expected to be up to 11C lower than during the sunshine of the Easter weekend as cold northern winds move over the country.
Parts of the UK are expected to see the mercury fall to as low as -7C overnight as forecasters warn the country faces a “bitterly cold” day.