Snow hit some parts of the UK on Saturday morning, while heavy showers are due in the south.
The Met Office has issued two yellow weather warnings for Tayside tomorrow.
Weather warnings remain in place for south-west and north-east regions owing to strong winds from Storm Atiyah.
Strong winds from Storm Atiyah are expected to worsen overnight after it brought gusts of 70mph to parts of the UK this weekend.
Strong winds are set to strike the UK later this weekend as Storm Atiyah sweeps into the country.
The UK is set to be battered by storm force winds this weekend with gusts of up to 70mph, according to the Met Office.
England had its fifth wettest autumn on record in 2019, with some areas experiencing a volume of rain unprecedented in modern times.
More than half a month’s worth of rain fell in just one day across parts of the UK, with further heavy downpours forecast across the country in the next 24 hours.
Heavy and persistent rain is expected across the UK on Saturday with parts of the Midlands that have struggled with heavy flooding set to be hit by another deluge.
The Met Office has said that "persistent and heavy rain" is expected to disrupt Tayside over the weekend.
Temperatures dropped to nearly minus 10C on Monday night – the coldest of the autumn so far.
Temperatures could reach their lowest so far this autumn, with a frosty night ahead, the Met Office has warned.
Large parts of the country remain mired in floods as experts warn the chaos could continue until Tuesday.
Residents of South Yorkshire and Lincolnshire are being warned to remain vigilant as more rain is expected in flood-hit areas on Thursday.
Snow has fallen across parts of England and Wales as Yorkshire prepares for further rain after days of flooding.
Serious flooding has closed roads in Northern Ireland.
Parts of England endured a month’s worth of rain in 24 hours, with scores of people rescued or forced to evacuate their homes, others stranded overnight in a shopping centre, and travel plans thrown into chaos.
More flooding misery is expected on Friday as the torrential downpours which brought flooded roads and home evacuations continue.
A deluge of rain is expected across parts of England and Wales as party leaders continue on their campaign trails ahead of the December election.
The A92 Dundee to Arbroath road has been closed due to flooding.