Forecasters have warned that another burst of wintry weather is due to hit parts of Britain.
Some areas of central and southern England may see between two and five centimetres of snow by the early Monday, potentially making conditions difficult for commuters.
MeteoGroup forecaster Paul Mott said by this evening there will be significant snow developing in central and southern parts of the UK.
"It won't be everywhere, we are thinking of parts of the Midlands, parts of Wales, East Anglia, areas to the north of London," he said.
"London could see a couple of centimetres, but it is more likely in suburban areas north of the capital.
"The snow could make conditions difficult in the Monday morning rush hour, but it is not expected to last long into the day, and temperatures above freezing should see it go."
Sky News meteorologist Chris England is forecasting outbreaks of sleet and snow today in southern Scotland and northern and eastern England.
"The snow will be mainly on the hills, but will descend to lower levels in the east," he said.
"The afternoon will stay wet for most, with more snow in the north and east. Some heavy, disruptive falls are likely during the evening and overnight."