Warning of disruption due to snow in the next 24 hours.

Wintry walk in the Malvern Hills.
Wintry walk in the Malvern Hills. Photo: Louise Cox

No let up in the cold feel this weekend, with snow likely to cause disruption through some parts of the Central region by the end of tomorrow and Sunday night.

The main risk period is from 6pm tomorrow until midnight. 10cm of snow may fall in some areas, particularly at higher levels. The Met Office have issued a yellow "Be Aware" warning, but there is still some uncertainty over amounts as well as positioning. We will keep you posted http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

Outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow will continue for the rest of today - any snow will mostly be light, yielding 1cm or less. It will be murky with mist patches and light winds so no great movement. Cold, 'highs' of only 3 or 4c 39f.

Tonight, more prolonged rain with sleet in the East Midlands, mainly rain further west and snow for the Peak District. A cold night, around freezing in places. Winds increasing through the night.

The main risk of snowfall is tomorrow afternoon and evening, and the risk is mostly through the north and East Midlands.

Then mostly dry and cold for the start of next week; a lull as we find ourselves between two areas of high pressure and two lows.