The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow and ice across all parts of the UK tomorrow (5 December), warning travel disruptions and potential injury.
The week will be freezing cold, the highest temperatures will still not reach 5 ° C for the day and nights will feel much colder.
From 4 December, the Met Office warns of frequent snow and Ice Scotland showers over the coming 24 hours, advising people to be wary.
The Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for snow and ice to western regions of Northern Ireland on Friday, so make sure to be prepared for warm conditions if heading downhill.
With temperatures set to fall to -3C in Inverness tomorrow, the Met Office has issued a list of potential faults and risks that should worry about in the weather.
On Thursday January 6 there will be wet and windy weather, before Friday January 7 brings wintry showers back.
Snowing in Kansas Avenue, North Belfast, let It Snow, let It Snow. pic.twitter.com/78OqSBfP3O
— Kevin Cooper (@photolinepic) January 4, 2022
Snow on the Belfast hills this morning. ❄️ pic.twitter.com/adh4EBLwKK
— Maureen Boyle (@BoyleMo) January 4, 2022
— Shauna Corr (@ShaunaReports) January 4, 2022
— Met Office – Northern Ireland (@metofficeNI) January 4, 2022