Well after a wet night, the rain is now returning southwards and turning wintry as it does so.
We have a yellow 'Be Aware' warning for snow in place, the main concern being the Peak District and hilly areas, from late morning until 9pm tonight.
This morning it will be fairly cloudy and wet at first, the rain soon turning wintry on the northern edge, with sleet at lower levels, and snow over the Peaks. 1 to 3cm possible, with 5 to 10cm likely above 300m.
Temps pick up briefly in the morning but then drop off again through the day. Largely dry further south, winds fairly gentle, highs only 4 or 5c, 41f.
Tonight, rain turns increasingly to snow at lower levels. There is a risk of ice as temps fall away overnight.
Sunday, cloudy with the risk of wintry showers blowing into the East Midlands off the North Sea. Wintry flurries at times. Feeling bitterly cold in thw E/NE wind, feeling colder than freezing.
Monday, early rain or sleet with a run of cold E/NE winds. Occasional bright spells, wintry flurries further east. Mostly cloudy elsewhere.
Tuesday, with high pressure to the west, winds become more northerly. Very cold, wintry showers blowing in off the Irish Sea as well as the North Sea across the country.
Feeling more like minus 4 or minus 5c with the wind chill on Monday and Tuesday.