FALLING snow is causing hazardous road conditions across most parts of south east and mid Wales today.
And a yellow warning for snow and ice in force for the entire day covers almost the whole of Britain. Strong easterly winds will result in some drifting of lying snow, and lead to a significant wind chill.
This could lead to an increase in accidents as well as injuries from slips and falls.
Some areas could see 10-15cm of snow, and up to 25cm over higher ground.
The online snow tracker uses crowd-sourcing to create an up-to-the-minute map of exactly where it is snow in the United Kingdom at any given moment.
Widespread snow across the United Kingdom overnight has hit transport links, with police forces in the worst-hit regions urging people to avoid non-essential road travel.
Drivers have also been urged to be prepared before setting out on journeys this weekend, with Highways England advising motorists to avoid trans-Pennine roads "if possible".
Met Office meteorologist Becky Mitchell said: "There will be tricky travel conditions and disruption and we want to make sure people are aware that they need to check before they set off".
This will only get worse overnight as London plunges into sub-zero temperatures.
And over on the Weather Outlook there was an additional indication that we haven't seen the back of this enduring cold-snap just yet, with forecasts appearing to suggest that high-pressure could build as we near the end of the month. Staying windy and bitterly cold'.
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It's going to feel in the minuses overnight, with a touch of wind chilling the region.
Snow showers continuing to ease overnight and will become more isolated.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for ice for the county today and tomorrow, saying it is likely to form on untreated surfaces, including pavements and cycle paths.
These warnings will begin at 4pm on Saturday and are due to extend to 9am on Sunday.
It could make driving conditions hard in affected areas, with the potential for more power cuts in places.
By Sunday temperatures will plunge even more.
An extra warning has been added for the southwest on Sunday between midnight and 6pm.
"Some showers sink south through central and eastern England".