The Met Office has issued a fresh weather warning across England and Wales for Saturday morning.
Much of Britain was struggling with ice and snow when the “beast from the east” arrived.
And temperatures stay low when a yellow weather warning is issued indicating that ice will be a problem between midnight and 11 a.m.
The warning reads: “Icy roads can lead to difficult driving conditions.”
It also states that you should expect:
- Some injuries from slips and falls on icy surfaces
- Probably some icy spots on some untreated roads, sidewalks, and bike paths
The Met Office said Saturday had an “icy start, then some sunshine, but also areas of low cloud and fog are slowly clearing in the south. Cloudy in the north with occasional rain and sleet in some places first”.
There are currently no Sunday and morning weather warnings for the UK, with the exception of one region in north-west Scotland.
Temperatures should rise next week, with drier and calmer conditions stretching across the country.