People living and working in west London will need to wrap up warm on Friday as it will feel as cold as -4C and some snow could be on the way.
That is according to the Met Office , which is expecting cold and windy conditions on Friday, while a yellow warning of snow and ice covering the very north of London remains in place until Sunday .
The Met Office said there would be "plenty of sunshine" but "a few snow showers are possible" during the day in the south east.
The Met Office said any snow showers "should ease" by Friday night when the skies are expected to clear, resulting in "very cold" temperatures and a "widespread frost" overnight.
People living in several parts of the country woke up to heavy snow showers on Friday morning after Storm Caroline swept in on Thursday (December 8) and sent temperatures tumbling.
On Saturday (December 9), clear skies and cold temperatures are forecast for the morning, when it could feel as cold as -6C, before becoming cloudier and warmer in the afternoon.
And on Sunday (December 10), heavy rain and temperatures of around 6C are expected, washing away any real likelihood of snow.
Earlier this week, the Met Office explained a low pressure system arrived from the west before working its way south bringing with it "heavy rain and strong winds".
This system was expected to draw in cooler northerly air to such an extent that by Friday, the whole of the UK was "expected to be under the influence of an Arctic Maritime air mass".
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