Storm Caroline is expected to push snow and ice further down to the south east of England, according to the Met Office.
On Thursday (December 7), the Met renewed their yellow warning for snow and ice, pushing back its likely impact until around Friday midnight (December 8).
The yellow warning has extended down towards the south east and west London, and the Met Office has said there is a slight chance we could see snow.
A spokesman for the Met Office said: "For any areas south of the warning you might get the odd snow fall as the winds move in a southern direction.
"There could be the odd shower south of London too but there is only a small chance of this happening."
Shortly after 11am on Thursday, the Met put out another warning of snow and ice for parts of the south east of England, coming into force at midnight on Sunday (December 10).
"A spell of heavy snow is possible over some central parts of the UK during Sunday," it read.
"This could lead to road, rail and air travel delays, with the potential for vehicles to become stranded or public transport to be cancelled.
"Rural communities with limited access routes could become cut off."
The warning added: "Icy surfaces are also likely to be an additional hazard, especially overnight."
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