Icy stretches are likely to form on Monday evening and into Tuesday morning.
A band of rain will clear Northern Ireland on Monday evening with surface temperatures falling away behind this and icy stretches likely to form on some untreated surfaces. Wintry showers will push into the country from the northwest overnight, with a few centimetres possible across northern and western counties, especially over higher ground.
Ice will form on some surfaces overnight into Tuesday morning across much of the UK.
A band of rain and hill snow will move southeastwards across the UK during Monday evening and overnight. A brief spell of wet snow is possible on high ground of southern Scotland, northern England and north Wales, with some small accumulations possible. Behind this surface temperatures will rapidly fall away with some ice forming on some surfaces. Once the rain has cleared, some hail, sleet and snow showers will follow from the northwest, with 1-3 cm above 200 metres and some small accumulations expected at lower levels.
Snow is expected to settle over the high ground of Scotland
A band of rain with snow falling above around 300 m is expected to move across Scotland on Monday afternoon and evening. 1-3 cm of snow is likely above 300 m with 10 cm of snow above 500 m. Temporary blizzard conditions are also likely with strong winds.