There is a yellow warning in force for Nottinghamshire and an amber warning for parts of the East Midlands.
Wind easing and sleet or snow clearing. Then wintry showers.
Today: Friday 10 March
Sleet or snow, with the snow especially over high ground and northern areas, will clear south this morning. Brighter conditions with scattered wintry showers will follow. Windy initially but easing later. Highest temperatures along the coast, but feeling cold everywhere. Maximum temperature 5 °C.
Any wintry showers soon dying away then dry and clear. A widespread sharp frost will quickly develop, with a risk of ice on untreated surfaces and isolated freezing fog patches. Minimum temperature -6 °C.
Very cold initially, then staying dry while high cloud arrives and any patchy freezing fog clears. Rain moving through overnight, possibly preceded by sleet or hill snow this evening. Maximum temperature 6 °C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Dry with bright spells Sunday morning, then mild and windy conditions with spells of rain arrives later and persists into Monday. Tuesday colder again with scattered wintry showers.