An arctic blast is set to push summer weather even further back for hopeful Londoners as showers or rain, sleet and even snow are forecast for the city.
Despite it being close to May, Met office meteorologists have described the next few days to be full of "wintry showers", with some of them "heavy with a risk of thunder through the afternoon".
Clear skies on Tuesday evening will allow for frost to settle in some places, with temperatures predicted to be zero degrees celsius.
Thunder and rain is due to continue into Wednesday across the city, with the outlook for the remainder of the week looking to bring more heavy rain.
A spokesperson for the Met Office speaking of Thursday and Friday's predictions, said: "Wintry showers or perhaps some longer spells of rain, with snow possible on the highest hills."
According to Met Office tweets, Arctic air mass brings wet, cold air across the country and this is coupled by polar air mass coming from the arctic sea to bring more cold, showery weather.
Although temperatures reached higher than ever before for January to March, making it one of the mildest winters on record according to NASA, the trend is not set to continue into the spring.