Snow has been falling across many parts of the region this morning, it's gradually easing as we head through the afternoon but the big question is, do we have anymore on the way? The answer is YES.
Tonight, snow will ease and it will be dry but cloudy. Temperatures will dip below freezing again and ice will be widespread. Expect a severe frost. Mist and fog patches will develop especially across the East Midlands.
Tomorrow, a few hazards out there first thing, poor visibility with the fog patches and icy stretches too. On a positive note we're expecting tomorrow to be dry with more brightness breaking through than previous days. The wind will be lighter as well so it won't feel as bitterly cold despite the high of just 0c.
On Friday, the Met Office has issued a Yellow Alert for more snow. It will travel west to east through the day. So after a dry start with freezing fog patches and icy conditions expect it to cloud over through the morning before the snow arrives. We could see another 2-5cm. It will be windy too so blizzard like conditions will no doubt cause problems on the roads.
Moving into the weekend and Saturday will start dry and then the weather changes as wet and windy conditions sweep in from the west. Because there is mild air tied up in this weather system it will fall as rain not snow. It will be windy too but the big change is the temperature by Sunday - highs of 7c!