Britain will face bitterly cold weather again from Sunday with temperature is likely to drop to -5C.

Forecasters have predicted blizzards in the Highlands and rain, sleet and snow in the north Pennines. Snow is likely in Yorkshire and Lancashire on Monday, the Met Office's Dan Williams told the Mirror.

Temperatures across the UK plunged to -11C in early February but since then the weather has been unseasonably warm.

A lookback at earlier winter weather:

A hungry duck tries to grab a piece of bread from a group of swans at the RSPB site in Fairburn Ings near Castleford, West YorkshirePress Association
A wallaby jumps through the snow at Monk Park Farm near Thirsk, North YorkshirePress Association
Howden Town Council worker Hugh Roberts clears snow from roads in Howden, East YorkshirePress Association
A duck keeps its feet warm on a frozen lake in Yorkshire.Press Association