A band of snow extends front southern Scotland, through northern England and into Wales and southwest England this morning. This could give some accumulations even at lower levels. Drier weather follows to Ireland and western Scotland, although there will be a few snow showers here. Central and eastern areas tending to be dry and cold at first, just an odd flurry to the southeast. The main band of snow will be turning lighter as it troubles northern England, Wales, the western Midlands and southwest England this afternoon, Roads will and pavements will be icy. Drier in the east and southeast. Scotland should be drier too, although some snow showers affecting northern and western Scotland as well as wester Ireland, Eastern Ireland is likely to be dry and cold. A bitter day with tops of just 0 to 3C.
Snow flurries affecting East Anglia and the far southeast of England overnight. Some showers shower may affect western coasts of Scotland, Wales and England too as well as Northern Ireland. Elsewhere skies are going to be clearer allowing temperatures to fall sharply. A widespread frost will be forming with lows of -2 to -7C.
The risk of cloud and some snow flurries in eastern and southeast England on Wednesday. There could be some wintry showers in the far west of Wales and southwest England too. Elsewhere there will be broken cloud and some bright spells as a ridge of high pressure affects many areas. A front may bring cloud and some rain and sleet into western Ireland and western Scotland later. Highs at 2 to 4C.
Cold with broken cloud on Thursday in England and Wales as pressure remains fairly high. Cloud and rain will be moving into western Scotland and Ireland, this quickly turning to snow as it edges eastwards. The snow becoming heavier through the evening in central Scotland and parts of Northern and eastern Ireland. This then moves into northern England and Wales overnight, although is likely to become lighter. Highs at 1 to 3C.