Ayrshire is set to be hit by overnight temperatures below freezing for the rest of this week. 

From Monday night through to Sunday, night-time temperatures will fall to below freezing with the mercury falling as low as -2 on some nights.

During the day, the region will also experience low temperatures with highs of just five degrees over the next six days. 

The Met Office says the lower temperatures do bring the possibility of some snow across the UK. 

A spokesperson said: "Colder air is feeding from the north across many parts of the UK over the next few days.

"This brings the potential for wintry showers across North Sea coastal areas as well as some inland parts of northern Britain.

"These may bring some snow and ice impacts in the coming days."