Snow will continue to fall over northern parts of our patch, slowly petering out this evening and overnight, nudging southwards as it does so. Monday will see another area of rain, sleet and snow nudging in from the southeast, giving some transient accumulations and associated icy/slippery surfaces. Windy throughout and feeling cold.
Today:Cloudy with periods of rain, sleet and snow, heavy and prolonged in places with some accumulations over the Chilterns, tending to ease later from the north. Very cold in north but milder with gales in the south. Maximum temperature 7 °C.
Tonight:Cloudy and bitterly cold with further rain, sleet or snow showers, though some parts may have a dry night. Widespread frost and ice as well as a fresh northeasterly wind. Minimum temperature -2 °C.
Monday:Cloudy with further rain, sleet and snow turning heavy in places further east. Strong northerly winds. Less cold than of late. Maximum temperature 5 °C.