We are well and truly heading for winter, with our wooly hats and layers being reluctantly taken out the closet.
Temperatures have been dropping and will continue in that trajectory as Brits could face -2C weather this week, as an arctic blast causes the mercury to plummet.
And what’s more, we could even see some snow in Cambridgeshire in the coming days, with many parts of the county forecast a few hours of showers.
On Saturday (November 27) snow is on the cards in Cambridge and its surrounding areas according to Apple weather.
St Neots, Huntingdon, and St Ives may also see some snowfall with a couple of hours predicted by the same forecaster.
According to BBC weather residents in and around Cambridge can expect a drop in temperatures to around 2C and from 6am until as late as 5pm they could see continuous sleet showers throughout Saturday (November 27).
The Met Office experts have predicted some regions will see snowfall before the end of the week as most areas struggle to stay above freezing point, reports The Mirror.
Despite it being bright and sunny in the county that can’t be mistaken for warmth.
This comes as the Met Office issued a yellow weather warning covering Cambridgeshire and Peterborough this weekend.
The warning has been issued for Saturday, November 27, as very windy weather is set to batter most of the UK.
The strong winds are likely to cause delays to road users and rail passengers, the forecaster has predicted, and could even cause road closures.