Ice is expected to form on some surfaces from late Monday afternoon and last overnight into Tuesday morning. There will probably be icy stretches on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths with some injuries possible from slips and falls.
Temperatures are likely to fall rapidly below freezing later on Monday across much of the area. This will lead to icy stretches, particularly where snow melt has occurred during the day, or where a mix of rain and snow has fallen across the south of the area.
Ice is expected to form across Northern Ireland on Monday evening with icy surfaces expected, lasting into Tuesday morning. Some injuries are likely from slips and falls on icy surfaces and icy patches will form on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.
Showers will fall across Northern Ireland during Monday with surface temperatures rapidly falling below freezing on Monday evening. This, combined with some snow melt, will lead to icy stretches forming. The showers will then die out overnight. Patchy freezing fog may provide an additional hazard
Ice is expected to form on some surfaces from mid afternoon Monday, and overnight into Tuesday morning. Wintry showers may also bring some fresh snowfalls, mostly to higher ground. Accumulations of 2-5 cm area possible, again mostly above 100-150 m in places in eastern Scotland and eastern England. Some roads and railways are likely to be affected with some journey times taking longer. There will probably be icy stretches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths with some injuries from slips trips and falls.
Showers, falling as a messy mix of rain, sleet and snow, will push into northern and eastern parts of the UK on Monday afternoon and last through much of the night. These will lead to icy stretches forming as surface temperatures rapidly fall below freezing from early Monday evening. Some small further snow accumulations are also possible in places. The showers will gradually die out from the north overnight, but will likely persist for much of the period in parts of southeast England.