Scotland will be battered by heavy wind and rain next week, forecasters have warned.
The Met Office is predicting that temperatures will soar into the late-teens for much of Scotland over the September weekend.
But experts say that this will quickly change as a band of heavy rain and blustery wind pushes west across the UK from Monday.
Temperatures are expected to struggle in the early to mid-10s with overnight single-digit lows also predicted.
Forecasters say that the cold and wet conditions is the result of a low pressure system travelling south from the North Atlantic.
But temperatures are expected to climb to above average later in the week as we head into October.
Expert Met Office Meteorologist Adam Thornhill said: “For the rest of this week and for the weekend, we will continue to see low pressure systems bringing blustery weather to the north of the UK whereas further south the drier, warmer weather remains thanks to the influence of high pressure extending up from the Azores.
“However, a shift in the position of the jet stream brings a change in our weather next week, allowing a cold front associated with a low-pressure system in the North Atlantic to spread eastwards bringing wet and windy conditions across the whole country throughout Monday.
"Behind the cold front, conditions will feel much more autumnal with a cooler feel and blustery showers for many”.
The summer in Scotland was somewhat of a mixed bag for many across the country.
Temperatures peaked at around 30C in July before a lengthy spell of thunderstorms and heavy rainfall battered the country during large parts of August.
Scots later baked in an unusual September heat, with the south west of the country seeing temperatures soar to 27C during the early part of this month.
Glasgow, which will host the COP26 climate change summit later this year, experienced its hottest summer ever since 1884, according to the Met Office.
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