Parts of the United Kingdom could face disruption all the way through the night time rush hour and on Friday morning, amid warnings of wintry showers and plunging temperatures.
Parts of japanese England, Kent and Scotland have already been blanketed in a layer of snow, however forecasters say every other 5cm could fall in some spaces.
The Met Office has issued a yellow climate caution for ice and snow over japanese England and Scotland.
It advised other people to be vigilant on roads and pavements.
- Snow falls on England’s east coast seashores
The warnings are in position till 10:00 GMT on Friday.
BBC climate presenter presenter Rebecca Graham stated the wintery showers “might be proceeding all through this afternoon and we can see them coming additional inland, into the East Midlands, the South East and Kent.
“There might be a mixture of snow and sleet, cutting and converting between the 2.”
“We have no longer had the gritters out so there might be some problems with that, particularly all the way through rush hour,” she added.
Earlier, a flurry of flakes in central London brought about “snowwatch” to development on social media.