Fans heading to tomorrow's two north west derby matches are being advised to plan their journeys and check before they travel.
Merseyside Police says it is working closely with Liverpool Football Club to monitor the weather ahead of tomorrow's derby fixture at Anfield.
Everton are due to face Liverpool while Manchester United will host Manchester City just hours after a predicted persistent and potentially heavy spell of snow.
At this stage both games are still planned to go ahead.
"We will be monitoring the weather forecast and assessing any travel disruption. We will be meeting with the club early tomorrow morning and fans will be updated as soon as possible."
While both Old Trafford and Anfield have under-soil heating, the club will be keen to protect the safety of fans if there is heavy snow on the roads around the stadiums.
Final decisions are expected to be made tomorrow morning.
Liverpool Football Club are investigating claims that fans were mistreated by Spanish police, with some allegedly assaulted and denied entry to the stadium, before the 3-3 Champions League draw in Seville.
Almost half of the away seats were still empty when the match kicked off, many supporters were allegedly turned away, or let in and told to sit in any seat rather than the one they had been allocated.
There have also been claims on social media, which have not been verified, of fans being assaulted by Spanish police.
"Following detailed and troubling accounts given by Liverpool supporters attending the match against Sevilla last night, the club is seeking to establish the facts regarding their treatment at the hands of the host stewards and local police force.
"The safety and security of our supporters is our paramount concern and we intend to gather all the relevant information before responding further."
Liverpool squandered a three-goal half-time lead to throw away the chance of early Champions League qualification as Sevilla netted a 93rd-minute equaliser in Spain.
Famous for their three-goal second-half comeback to win this competition in Istanbul in 2005, the Merseysiders endured the reverse as, having seemingly been coasting towards the knockout stage with a game to spare, they were forced to settle for a point.
Roberto Firmino scored either side of a goal from Sadio Mane in an opening 45 minutes which could not have been better scripted for Jurgen Klopp's visitors.
However, a worrying wobble saw them concede twice to Wissam Ben Yedder - one a twice-taken penalty - in the 15 minutes after the interval and, with the memory of their Europa League final defeat to the same opposition 18 months ago in a similar manner still raw, Guido Pizarro drilled home an added-time corner.
But Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is adamant his players do not have a mentality problem:
Liverpool are in Spain tonight hoping to qualify for the Champions League knockout round in their game against Sevilla.
It's something that the club have been craving for nearly a decade.
Victory tonight would mark Jurgen Klopp's most significant achievement with the Reds.
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Jurgen Klopp said it was nice to write a piece of history after watching his Liverpool side record the club's biggest-ever European away win.
They thrashed Slovenia's NK Maribor 7-0 to register their first win in this season's Champions League.
A stand in honour of Kenny Dalglish will be officially opened at Anfield later tonight.
It's been renamed in recognition of his contribution to Liverpool over the past 40 years.
He scored 172 goals as a player for the club.
The stand will open to fans for tomorrow's game against Manchester United.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has backed Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to make an impact at the club.
The midfielder, who joined from Arsenal for £35 million, has come in for criticism after his performance in the League Cup defeat to Leicester on Tuesday.
But Klopp has defended his player saying, "After a game like this where we lost and he didn't play his best game in his life. People will probably ask where's the impact he can make? I am not in doubt about this."
Philippe Coutinho will not feature for Liverpool against Manchester City this weekend but manager Jurgen Klopp says the Brazilian did nothing "unforgivable" during Barcelona's pursuit of him.
Klopp does not feel the playmaker is fit enough to be included in the Reds squad for the short trip to the Etihad Stadium.
It is almost a month since Coutinho handed in a transfer request in an attempt to force a move to Barcelona, who had three bids rejected over the summer after Liverpool's owners Fenway Sports Group insisted the 25-year-old was not for sale.
He has not yet played a match for the Reds because of a reported back injury but played 47 minutes in two substitute appearances for the national team, scoring a trademark goal against Ecuador.
But that has not been enough to prove his fitness to Klopp, who stressed that fitness was the only reason why the 25-year-old would not be lining up at the Etihad.
"I can explain it a little - maybe a few of you have had a split in a good relationship, with your wife or whatever, and it is not good to think about the time you were split," said Klopp.
"It was not the most easy time, but that is the transfer window. It is not the first time and it won't be the last time in history when similar things will happen.
"I really think we handled it really well. Not all the things in newspapers were 100 per cent right but it is normal a lot of things were coming up in a situation like this.
"But nothing I am aware of was unforgivable. The most important thing is no one told me anything where I thought 'Oh, that is too much'.
"He came in yesterday, accepted 100 per cent the situation - I didn't even have to say anything about it."
Liverpool are set to complete the signing of Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Press Association Sport understands the clubs have agreed a deal that will see the England international move to Anfield.
Oxlade-Chamberlain, 24, had also been a target for Premier League champions Chelsea but it is believed Liverpool was always the player's preferred destination.
Personal terms will now be discussed with reports suggesting Oxlade-Chamberlain could undergo a medical on Wednesday evening at St George's Park - where he is currently training with England ahead of their World Cup qualification double-header.
Chelsea had seemingly moved into pole position to land the former Southampton youngster after agreeing their own deal with Arsenal.
But Oxlade-Chamberlain appears to have his heart set on a move to Liverpool.
The loss of the midfielder will be seen as a blow by Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, who has been adamant in recent weeks that he wants to keep the player at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal's hand was weakened by the fact Oxlade-Chamberlain's contract had less than a year to run and they have decided to cash in for a reported £40million rather than allow him to walk away for free in 2018.
Liverpool are also trying to conclude a club-record deal for Monaco midfielder Thomas Lemar before the transfer window closes.
The Ligue 1 side are reluctant to sell but their purchase of Lazio winger Keita Balde on Tuesday raised hopes they may be preparing for his departure.
It would likely take a fee in excess of £70million for the highly-rated 21-year-old and reported late interest from Barcelona, who have been frustrated in their attempts to sign Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho, may complicate things further.
Wantaway Southampton centre-back Virgil van Dijk is also a player Liverpool would be keen to sign should Saints decide to cut their losses on a defender who has yet to play for them this season after insisting he wants to leave.
But having had to publicly withdraw their interest earlier in the summer after allegations of an illegal approach, the Reds would need some encouragement from the south-coast club to make a world-record offer for a defender.