A cold night. Drier in the east with light and patchy rain to the west, becoming more persistent over the Pennines by dawn and winds strengthening too.
Sunday is a cold, wet and windy day. A mixture of rain, sleet and snow will push across most parts of the region by afternoon, sometimes heavy. The snow settling on higher ground, especially above 200m.
Ice is also a risk as temperatures struggle to get above freezing in rural areas. The Met Office have a warning out for snow and ice until mid-morning on Monday. The latest updates can be found here: Met Office warnings.
As High Pressure and settled weather moves south & east, milder & (eventually) more unsettled conditions develop from the south and west.
After a week of temperatures struggling to get much higher than zero, the week ahead provides a slight improvement.
Calm and clear conditions have led to some amazing sunrise and sunset pictures from across our region.