In London the predictions are that there will be two inches of snow at around 6pm on Monday. There'll be some showers of sleet and snow over Ulster on Sunday - elsewhere it will be cold and bright with severe frost after dark.
Today will be the last day of mild conditions before a cold snap forecast to last until Christmas grips the UK.
Between 10 and 20cm of snow can be expected over hills and mountains.
THIS is the nerve-wracking moment winds from Storm Caroline blew a Jet2 plane sideways as it was brought in to land this morning.
Nearly half of the workers on a North Sea platform have been relocated amid safety fears over conditions on Thursday.
While the worst of the storm is hitting Scotland, strong winds and torrential rain were reported in Cumbria overnight.
The Met Office has a yellow "be aware" warning in force from 00:05 GMT on Friday to 18:00 on Saturday.
If the satellite imagery is anything to go by, then the United Kingdom will get shafted pretty hard by the storm too, with the Met Office issuing warnings of their own.
Loss of power will be another concern, along with large waves at the coast.
Scotland's Transport Minister Humza Yousaf said: "With stormy weather expected across the north of Scotland we would urge people to check with their operators before they travel, especially if they are planning a ferry journey".
CNR International said it would remove all of the 159 staff on Ninian South, about 240 miles from Aberdeen, from the structure as a precaution.
Brian Gaze, forecaster for Weather Outlook, said: "Colder easterly air expected from as far away as Siberia means minimum temperatures as low as -16C could be seen this winter in Scotland, with -12C even in sheltered parts of southern England".