The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow and ice for south west England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland until 12 pm on Sunday.
In isolated areas over the weekend temperatures will plummet to as low as -10C.
London and south east England has a weather warning until 9am on Monday for snow and ice as there is a 30% chance there could be up to 5cm of snowfall.
Met Office chief meteorologist Steve Willington said, “It is staying cold with daytime temperatures remaining only a few degrees above freezing in many places over the coming days and overnight temperatures dropping to -10C or lower in isolated spots.
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“Although below average, these temperatures are not that unusual for this time of year.
“There is still a risk we could see some freezing fog in places particularly southern England, especially for Sunday and Monday mornings.
“There is also a small risk of a band of sleet or snow moving into the far South East on Sunday.
“If this happens it could potentially bring some disruption, especially to rush hour on Monday. A warning has been issued.”