As killer Storm Arwen begins to clear, expect a'subzero chill' to last into next week.
In the aftermath of Storm Arwen, Britain is expected to experience a bitterly cold spell for the next two days.
Over the weekend, three people died as a horrific weather pattern wreaked havoc in both rural and urban areas across large swaths of the UK and Ireland.
After his car was hit by a falling tree in Northern Ireland, a school head teacher became the first victim of the massive storm.
On Friday, a tragic accident occurred on the Dublin Road in Antrim.
On Friday, a 35-year-old man was killed in Aberdeenshire by a falling tree that landed on top of his pick-up truck.
Returning from the tragic scene, officers were astounded to discover their own vehicle had been flattened by another tree.
Another death has been reported in Cumbria as a result of a tree fall.
Sunday will remain cold, according to the Met Office, though the more dangerous weather of the weekend will likely give way to more moderate showers.
The forecast for Sunday, November 28th is as follows:
"Rain and snow in northern Scotland sinking slowly southwards and easing, with some light rain in Northern Ireland. Much of England and Wales fine, with some showers along exposed coasts. Cold"
Monday will have a "cold and bright start," with rain spreading southeast across the entire region.
Meanwhile, as terrifying CCTV from this weekend shows, a pub manager could have been killed by Storm Arwen if she had finished her cigarette break a second earlier.
Cheryl Pound was smoking at The Star in Bridgend, a town halfway between Cardiff and Swansea, at 1.32 a.m. on Saturday (November 27).
She picks up a drink from a table and moves inside when a huge pine tree falls inches from where she is standing, as seen in the video.
"The pub had closed and I went out for a cigarette before finishing cleaning up," the 55-year-old told Wales Online. "The next thing I know, I'm being attacked by a tree."