It might seem like only yesterday that you were basking in the warm glow of France's Indian summer but all that is about to change.
On Friday, rain will come pouring down and temperatures will plummet across France, according to national weather agency Meteo France
Temperatures are expected to drop 3C to 7C below the seasonal norm and will be comparable to those of November or December.
Weather forecast for Saturday afternoon. Photo: Meteo France
In Paris on Friday the mercury is set to drop to a chilly 11C and there will be rain.
On Saturday the mercury will stay between 5C and 12C, with rain and cloud predicted across the entire eastern half of the country.
Weather forecast for early hours of Sunday morning. Photo: Meteo France
And on Sunday, the temperatures will remain low, with frost set to hit the Massif Central right up to the north east.
Rain is expected all over France and the drop in temperature could see the return of snow at low altitudes as well as in the Pyrenees and the Alps.
Snow could also hit the departments of Cantal and Puy-de-Dôme, according to the national weather agency.
So, why are temperatures set to drop so sharply?
The frosty temperatures expected to hit France this weekend are all down to a blast of icy air from the sea around the Arctic.
“From Friday, a cold air mass of maritime polar origin will flow through the Channel and hit the whole country during the day on Saturday.
“Temperatures will drop dramatically, with rain and even snow at low altitudes on all mountain ranges on Sunday,” said Meteo France.
But there's no need to panic, this cold, wet episode is not expected to last, with the mercury set to go up slightly next week.