UPDATED THURSDAY 14:56
A SNOW warning for the Isle of Wight tomorrow (Friday) has been amended and an additional warning for snow is now in place over the weekend.
The 'be aware' warnings, are in force from 3am to 9pm on Friday and from 00.05am on Saturday to noon on Sunday. The weekend snow warning has replaced a previous ice warning.
The Met Office said: "A band of snow, heavy in places, will spread northeastwards across Wales and the southwestern half of England, during Friday morning, lasting through the afternoon and evening across much of Wales, the Midlands, southern and parts of southeast England. Winds will strengthen, leading to drifting of lying snow.
"Accumulations of more than 5-10 cm of snow will occur quite widely."
"The band of snow will slowly weaken through Saturday morning with further accumulations of 5cm over central areas.
"Further snow showers will spread into many eastern areas giving 2-5 cm of snow in places and as much as 10 cm over high ground. During the evening ice will form in many areas where there is snow cover, lasting into Sunday morning.
"The public are advised to be aware of the continued risk of disruption to transport during this spell of wintry weather."