The whole of the UK is now under colder conditions with widespread overnight frosts which will come over the next few days.
For some regions more snow will fall and the cold temperatures will last until next week and for some regions there will be showers and sunny weather.
In southern and central areas more unsettled weather next week and in the north there will be wintry showers.
Met Office Chief Meteorologist, Frank Saunders, said: “Snow has already settled in parts of eastern Scotland and over higher ground in northeastern England.
“Areas such as Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor in the southwest have also seen rain turning to snow and accumulating as it bumps into the cold air covering the UK; some sleet and snow is falling to lower levels too but mostly not settling.
“Snow showers are expected to continue today, with the potential for further accumulations over higher ground.
“Where the showers fall as rain there is a risk of icy patches forming overnight with temperatures widely dipping below freezing.
“A number of National Severe Weather Warnings have been issued and these are likely to be updated over the coming days, so stay up to date with the forecast for your area.”