Last week saw a period of warm weather, with many residents heading to parks, dining outdoors and stripping off as the mercury rose.
According to forecasts, Wednesday will see temperatures dip to between -1c and 6c, with rain turning to sleet showers as the day goes on.
The sleet could then turn to snow showers by late evening and overnight into Thursday but is not expected to cause any disruption.
The forecast for Thursday predicts light sleet showers and a gentle breeze, but the weather is predicted to improve as the day goes on with sunny intervals, although temperatures will remain chilly.
"Sunny spells and snow showers in Scotland.
"The rain and snow will drift further south overnight, and snow may fall down to lower levels.
"Thursday will be breezy and cold with sunny spells and wintry showers for many. Friday will see sunshine and isolated showers.”
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning of snow and ice for parts of Northern Scotland, but no weather warnings have been issued for England at this stage.