An area of Low Pressure pushing North out of France and into the cold, stubborn air across the UK will see an area of sleet and snow pushing into South-East England and East Anglia through the course of Sunday. The frontal system will continue to track Northwards into Eastern parts of England reaching the North East in the early hours of Monday morning and then moving into Scotland during early Monday afternoon.
Accumulations of 4-8cm are possible quite widely in the effected area although a localised 10-12cm cannot be ruled out, especially over higher ground.
Things then become complicated, a low pressure system pushing to the South of the UK looks like it could bring a further area of sleet and snow into Southern parts of England but the tracking is far from certain at the moment and it’s something I’m keeping a close eye on.
For the rest of the week it’ll remain cold with further spells of sleet and snow at times, although perhaps a sign of things becoming a little less cold later on in the week.