After a wintry night, it's a bit of a bleak start to Mothering Sunday.
There could be 10cm snow on the ground, at higher levels, above 200m, with two to five centimetres at lower levels. More wintry flurries blowing in across the region today, heavier ones further west, but they shouldn't be as heavy as those on Saturday evening/night. There will also be flurries blowing in off the North Sea later today.
On the whole it will be a cloudy day, but the snow flakes should be melting faster than they are falling. Icy afternoon expected.
Monday will be similar, with a more organised band of snow pushing inland possibly.
Tuesday, cloudy, not much sun. Just feeling very cold with a biting northerly wind buffetting us.
Wednesday, brighter spells later but not too much happening. Showery around the east coast.