England travel advisory: Snowfall advisory for south-east to north-east of Yorkshire region due to frost 25
The National Weather Service has issued a frost advisory for parts of the south-eastern United Kingdom due to a “frost cloud” forecast.
The cold front which has now moved over northern England has caused widespread snow and ice.
The agency says the advisory will remain in place until Thursday.
Snowfall will be around 10cm (4 inches) in some parts of England.
Snow and ice will also remain for a few hours on the East Coast, Wales, Scotland, Ireland and parts of Northern Ireland.
The weather warning for parts in the North of England is still in place and the forecast for the south east has also been changed to a frost warning.
Snow will continue in places along the East coast for several hours.
Winds will carry cold air from the North Sea and the South Sea towards central England, where they will become stronger.
Wind shear will also cause the air to freeze.
The temperature will drop as the cold front moves towards the north, dropping temperatures as low as -6C (17F).
Winds from the South East will be strong but they will weaken as they move eastwards and gradually turn colder.