Areas such as Edinburgh, the Pennines, Peak District, County Durham, Yorkshire and East Anglia are predicted to see up to an inch of snow tonight. The Met Office issued a low-level severe weather warning across most of Scotland, north and east England, and north Wales. The overnight lows of -6C were seen in central Scotland through to Cumbria and Buckinghamshire – and the Scottish mountains will experience the worst of the snow tonight. Lucy Petrie (blue), Karen Mellstrom (black), Brendan Massam (black hat) and Nils Johnson are pictured clearing ice from the surface of water near Farnham, Surrey, as they braved an eight-minute swim.
- Temperatures fell to -6C overnight in central Scotland areas through to Cumbria and Buckinghamshire
- Most snowfall expected in Scottish mountains but an inch forecast in Durham, Yorkshire and Edinburgh
- Met Office has issued warning over icy conditions across UK and urged drivers to be careful on the roads
- Around 150 alerts in place this morning with nearly 20 flood warnings in south-east of England and Midlands
- Travel disruption at London Bridge and Liverpool Street today, while M25 users can expect 40-minute delays
- UK WEATHER: Britain braced for up to 6 inches of snow tonight as temperatures dip to -6C overnight (dailymail.co.uk)