On Sunday night, wintry showers will continue with accumulations of snow in places. Frost and icy patches will develop also.
Showers and blustery weather is forecast for the north-west, where the highest temperatures us expected to be around 5C, with the south-west's at about 7C. Lowest temperatures will range from -3°C to 0°C.
Temperatures tomorrow and Monday are below average, but will pick up on Tuesday and Wednesday as a frontal system comes in from the Atlantic.
A post on the weather forecaster's site states: "A spell of rain, sleet and hill snow will move North-east on Saturday evening, this gradually turning to snow down to some lower levels".
"Highest temperatures of 4 to 6C with moderate to fresh west to northwest winds".
Public Health England forecasters have extended a cold weather health alert until Tuesday and today swathes of the country were hit by wind and even some snow.
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