After a chilly and frosty start, most places will have a sunny and dry day, although some southern parts of Britain may be cloudier, with isolated showers until this afternoon.
Wintry showers of rain, sleet, snow and hail are expected across northern Scotland and around some eastern coasts of England. It will feel cold with most places in single figures, and highs of only 8 or 9 Celsius (48F).
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At least 29 people have died as a result of the snowstorm that struck the eastern United States over the weekend.
The latest deaths occurred in car accidents, from carbon monoxide poisoning and heart attacks while shoveling snow.
Severe weather warnings have been issued for parts of the UK for Tuesday as the storm sweeps across the Atlantic.
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Federal government offices in the Washington area will be closed on Monday after a major snowstorm hit the US.
The blizzard dumped more than 21 inches of snow on the US capital over the weekend.
A message on the Office of Personnel Management website said: "Federal Offices in the Washington, DC area are closed. Emergency and telework-ready employees required to work must follow their agency's policies, including written telework agreements."
Schools in the area will also be closed on Monday following the storm.
A snowstorm which hit the US this weekend bringing with it chaos and disruption has been described as the "second biggest" storm of its kind that the country has ever faced.
At least 19 people died during the extreme weather and even now as travel bans across the country have been lifetd Americans are still dealing with the aftermath of the influx of snow.
ITV News' Washington Correspondent Robert Moore reports:
Schools in Washington will be closed on Monday as the city continues to deal with the aftermath of heavy snowfall which hit the United States this weekend.
Mayor Muriel Bowser confirmed the closures in a press conference on Sunday and urged the public to "stay off the roads" as snow removal efforts continued.
The worst of a huge snowstorm thought to have killed at least 19 people is over, forecasters have said.
The record-breaking blizzard saw more than 30 inches of snow fall in five states - New York, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Glengary in West Virginia topped the lot with 40 inches of snow, according to the Weather Channel.
Central Park in Manhattan saw 26.8 inches of snow, the second largest recorded since 1869.
Flights have been grounded and thousands of people were trapped in their homes without power on Saturday night.
The race is now on to clear as much snow as possible in time for the start of the working week.
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