Another weather warning is in force until midnight for snow. It's a yellow "Be aware" warning this time, instead of an amber "Be Prepared" warning.
3 to 6cm, locally 10cm snow is possible throughout today, with the risk of a few more cm this evening, before the flurries become patchier overnight towards morning. Some heavy bursts of snow however at times, especially over the Peak District.
The rest of today then sees further outbreaks of sleet and snow, mostly snow. A cold easterly breeze is blowing, fresh to strong gusts in places, temps around 2c at best but feeling like several degrees below freezing with the wind chill.
Tonight it'll be cloudy and wintry, more snow flurries with a widespread penetrating frost overnight, lows of minus 6 or minus 7c in rural spots. Still minus 2 or minus 3c through towns and cities.
As you can imagine, we also anticipate big problems with ice, mainly in the areas where there's snowfall. Road surfaces and pavements will be wintry and unsafe, especially where untreated. Please take extra care travelling, don't make unnecessary journeys.