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Following showers of a wintry mix during Tuesday, icy stretches are expected to form on untreated surfaces on Tuesday evening and last into Wednesday morning's rush hour.
In addition, further showers are likely overnight which may lead to wash-off of salt.
These showers will be wintry over high ground, giving further local snow accumulations of some 2-5 cm above around 400 m.
Today will see sunny spells and scattered wintry showers, these perhaps more frequent later in the day with further slight accumulations on the hills.
Feeling cold in the brisk wind. Maximum Temperature 6C.
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Further heavy, wintry showers are expected overnight Monday and into Tuesday.
Snow will fall to low levels in places in Scotland and Northern Ireland, with localised accumulations of 1 to 3 cm, while snow-cover will be more widespread over hills here, with around 4-8 cm possible above around 200m, especially in the west.
Wales and northern areas of England will see snow chiefly over higher ground, with more than 5 cm in places but with some accumulations possible at low levels too.
Ice will be an additional hazard across much of northern Britain.
It may still feel very much like winter, but for the National Trust, the 'summer' season is just beginning.
Some of the region's favourite tourist attractions open their doors to visitors again after closing for the winter.
The venues include Souter Lighthouse in Whitburn; Wallington, near Morpeth; and Cragside near Rothbury. Between them, they welcome hundreds of thousands of visitors every year from March to November.
A cold and windy day after early frost and ice, with bright or sunny intervals and scattered wintry showers - giving further accumulations over the Cheviots and Pennines.
Winds will remain cold and strong, adding a significant windchill to struggling temperatures, highs around 5C.