Forecasters are predicting a very cold weekend with brisk winds and the risk of snow showers.
The snow is meant to fall Saturday evening into Sunday evening so be careful when travelling and allow extra time to accommodate for delays.
Meanwhile, yellow warnings have been issued from midday on Wednesday to Thursday noon in Northern Ireland because of the likelihood of persistent and occasionally heavy rain and the resulting danger of flooding.
A yellow weather warning for snow and ice is in place for Yorkshire from 5pm on Friday, and will last until 9am on Saturday.
That band of wet weather is expected to move northeastwards across the United Kingdom but to weaken.
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Snow showers are likely throughout Sunday, and where these converge some snow may well accumulate and could then prove disruptive.
The Midlands had heavy snowfall earlier this month.
Cold air is moving our way from Europe and it will see temperatures plunge this weekend. There will also be a significant wind chill, making it feel colder than the temperatures suggest.
"Some snow is expected even to low levels overnight into Saturday morning across the warning area with a patchy 1-2cm possible in places".
Lincolnshire is set to be hit by snow storms as the cold weather returns.