The Met Office is continuing to warn of snow in its latest weather forecast for London this morning (Thursday December 12).
Whilst northern regions of the UK have experienced a blanket of snow overnight, Londoners are holding their breath for the wintry weather that is forecast into this afternoon and evening.
A yellow severe weather warning is in place for Thursday and it will feel very cold with temperatures in the capital only reaching highs of 7°C.
The Met Office forecast states: "Cloud and rain, heavy at times, will move eastwards during the day.
"Rain will turn to snow over the hills, and perhaps to some low levels into the evening rush hour, with some disruption likely in places."
A minimum temperature of -4°C overnight will cause an ice hazard.
The Met office say: "Rain, sleet and snow will clear away to the south-east this evening, with clear skies following, leading to widespread ice rapidly forming on untreated surfaces.
"Some wintry showers developing later."
The forecaster has taken to Twitter warn of snow and rain in the south.
Chief meteorologist, Paul Gundersen has warned that the snow could cause disruption to our transport networks.
“There is a chance of snow settling bringing disruption to transport during the evening rush hour and possibly interruptions to power supplies, this more likely across East Anglia and southeast England," he said.
Heathrow Airport are advising passengers to check the status of their flights before travelling to the airport.
And with warnings out for widespread ice overnight, the advice is to be careful on the roads and only travel if it is necessary.
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