A yellow warning is in place for snow and ice. Staying cloudy with top temperatures of 4 degrees celsius, 39F.
A cold night to come and a cold start to this week.
Staying cold through much of this week with the risk of ice, sleet and some snow showers tomorrow
ITV Meteorologist, Chris Page explains what freezing rain is and what hazards it can bring
Any snow showers will become confined to eastern coastal areas, and increasingly turn to rain.
It will remain dry with clear skies and light winds this evening.
Any lingering rain or snow will ease through the evening, with a dry night and clearing skies following.
After the snowy conditions over the weekend, the Met Office has issued an ice warning for Monday's rush hour.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for the risk of snow and ice in parts of the Anglia region from Wednesday evening into Thursday.