GRITTERS will be out this afternoon (Sunday) with snow forecast for the Isle of Wight this evening.
The Isle of Wight Council said gritters would be treating roads from 3pm.
The Met Office has issued yellow warning for snow for the south east.
The warning, which is valid from 7pm tonight to 11.55pm tomorrow (Monday), said: "Outbreaks of snow are expected, starting over the high ground of southwest England during Sunday, and affecting southern England more widely during Monday.
"Snow will be accompanied by a strong easterly wind which will accentuate the very cold feel and cause lying snow to drift.
"Accumulations of 2 to 4 cm of snow could occur quite widely over southern counties, with a risk of 5 to 10 cm for parts of southwest England.
"The public is advised to be aware of the risk of disruption to travel."
The chief forecaster warned of wind gusting up to 60mph in coastal and hilly areas.
"There remains uncertainty about how far north the snow will spread, along with the extent of snow showers in the east," the forecaster added.
According to local forecaster Wroxall Weather there is a 70 per cent chance of up to 8cms of snow during the day tomorrow (Monday) and a 50 per cent chance in the evening of up to 2cms of snow.