As if we hadn't had enough snow and ice, now there's wind and rain on the way..
"Longer journey times by road, bus and train services are likely while some vehicles could become stranded".
Met Éireann said up to 25-35mm of rainfall is expected this evening.
Motorists have been advised to watch out for slippery roads due to an accumulation of frost and ice overnight, as temperatures are set to drop to -2 degrees.
"A covering of snow as we begin Sunday across the higher grounds of the north of England and central and southern Scotland". Lowest temperatures will range from -2°C to +2°C, with frost and icy patches developing.
After overnight snowfall turned swathes of the country white, the United Kingdom was warned it faces this winter's coldest spell of weather yet in the north-east of Scotland, where temperatures are expected to plummet to -8C today.
Temperatures will only range between 1 and 4 degrees during the day, going below freezing again overnight. As the rain clears to the east in the late evening snow will penetrate down to low levels.
Snow is expected to begin falling in the region at around 7am tomorrow, until around 3pm. Wind will be a feature later in the day.
It will continue to get warmer heading today, which will see gales of up to 40 miles per hour across northern regions.
Sunday will be very cold with sunny spells and wintry showers of rain, hail, sleet and snow with a risk of thunder.