The icy Easter weekend has been declared the coldest in 100 years and forecasters have warned the cold snap will continue for the rest of the week.
Despite welcoming in British summer time, temperatures plummeted to -12.4C last night in Braemar in Aberdeenshire, while South Newington in Oxfordshire dropped to -5C.
The Met office confirmed it could be the coldest Easter Sunday morning in 100 years.
Greg Dewhurst, Met office spokesman, said: 'It looks it. It should be made official on Tuesday after Bank Holiday.
'Last time it was this cold on an Easter Sunday temperatures fell to -9.8C. But last night it was -12.4 in Scotland.'
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