15:34 14 January 2013
Following a light sprinkling of snow falling in parts of England and East Wales on Sunday night, weather officials are warning that more snow is set to fall on Monday. Forecasters say that the second band of snow will be heavier and could hit many parts of the UK by Mondayafternoon.
Predictions suggest that snow will spread from the West and could even bring up to 10cm of snow in parts where there is high ground.
The Pennines, in the north-west of England, have been hit hard by the weather as well as parts of Scotland seeing much snow on Sunday.
Weather forecasters have issued yellow and amber warnings as they expect the conditions to cause problems, in particular when it comes to travel.
Drivers are advised to watch for ice on the roads as temperatures are expected to plummet to freezing in some areas.
It is expected there will be more snow on Tuesday and Wednesday, especially for the East of England as well as Scotland, as the weather continues with snow flurries overnight on Monday,
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