The Scottish Highlands can anticipate to see a white Christmas this 12 months, whereas flood warnings are in place for a number of components of England.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for snow and ice throughout the Scottish area, in addition to some lowland areas, from 9pm on Christmas Day to 6pm on Boxing Day.
Around 10cm (4 inches) of snow is predicted to fall on increased floor, with residents warned “blustery snow showers” may trigger disruption to journey.
The situations may additionally see interruptions to energy provides, with potential for the temperature to drop as little as 1C in a single day into Boxing Day.
For the remainder of the UK, downpours are anticipated to lash down throughout the festive weekend, with 66 alerts for doable flooding issued.
The Environment Agency has issued flood warnings, that means flooding is probably going, throughout Hellingly and Horsebridge in Sussex and North Sea at Roker in Sunderland.
Met Office deputy chief meteorologist David Oliver mentioned: “An unsettled Christmas weekend is on the way in which for a lot of, with these within the north and west seeing probably the most frequent and the heaviest showers.
“High winds will affect some coasts through the weekend, with gales in places, especially the north and west.
“Christmas Day shall be unsettled for a lot of, with probably the most frequent showers within the northern half of the UK and a few extra sporadic and principally lighter showers additional south.”
It comes as a bomb cyclone, which causes blizzards, wind chills and temperatures as little as -45.6C (-50.1F), blasts the United States.
At least 17 folks have died on account of the disastrous storm, and round 1,000,000 folks throughout the nation have been left with out energy.