After another icy night, Tuesday starts dry, lots of cloud around, some brightness through Lincolnshire.
This afternoon, again mainly cloudy, odd snow flurries through the North Midlands because of some brightness there, no significant flurries, nothing that settles. Temperatures 2 or 3c, but feeling like -4 or -5c in the wind chill.
The wind eases slightly through the week but it will still feel cold.
Large amounts of cloud around on Wednesday and Thursday, odd snow flurries blowing in from the east, mainly affecting the East Midlands, but not settling.
The high pressure to the north now looks set to build, so by Good Friday it should be dry and mostly cloudy across the Central region with some brighter spells over the Easter weekend. It will be 4c by day, -2 to -6c by night.