The mild weather for most of the UK in October came to an abrupt end overnight with a cold snap covering most of it.A low of -5C (23F) in parts of Scotland resulted in frosty conditions. The Met Office recorded a temperature of -4C (24.8F) in Braemare and -3.5C (25.7F) in Benson in Oxfordshire.Even the south coast felt the cold with Bournemouth hitting -1.5C (29.3F). It was the coldest night since May. The temperatures are expected to turn milder later in the week.
Source: BBC Tyne and Wear