A snow and ice warning comes into force this evening and lasts until late tomorrow morning.
The extent of ice will vary across the area with inland areas most prone whilst coastal areas are less likely to be affected.
2 to 5 cm of snow may accumulate above about 100 m, with smaller amounts at lower levels.
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A cold and windy day, with frequent showers moving inland from the North Sea.
These are likely to include some hail and sleet, with some snow possible across the Pennines.
Maximum temperature 5 °C.
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A cold and breezy day with sunny spells and showery outbreaks, these heaviest over the hills.
Showers could turn wintry over the hills, with some temporary accumulations possible.
Maximum temperature 9 °C.