The cold and snowy weather that started on Sunday (December 10) looks like it will stay with us for the next couple of days.
The Met Office issued a yellow warning in west London for both Monday and Tuesday (December 11-12).
Some schools will stay closed and there will be disruption in many areas around west London due to icy roads.
Temperatures are set to go from 3C to as low as -7C.
Between 11am to 1pm there's a 70% chance of snow, with a temperature of 1C that will feel like -5C. Around 2pm the chances of snow or rain will decrease to 20%, leaving the sky grey and cloudy.
From 3pm throughout the rest of the day, the chances of rain are very low - between 10% and 5% - but the temperatures will stay right above the zero.
From 11am till 12pm there's a 90% chance of snow or rain, that will decrease progressively from 1pm onwards. The Met Office issued a yellow warning of "snow and ice" with temperatures that will feel like -5C. For the whole morning the visibility will be poor.
The temperatures will be similar to Uxbridge and Hounslow, but sleet showers and heavy snow are forecast in Ealing between now and 2pm.
The rest of the day will see cloudy, grey sky with no snow or rain.
Heavy rains will hit Hammersmith. No snow is forecast on Monday but the sky will be cloudy with low chances of rain starting from 3pm.
Ice has formed on some surfaces and temperatures will go from 2C to 1C, but will feel like -4C.
No snow is forecast in Kensington, a mixture of rain and sleet is most likely to happen instead. Temperatures will range from 2C to 1C from 12pm till 9pm.
A snow and ice yellow warning was issued on Monday for between 9am and 4pm.
Snow is most likely to fall in Harrow with a chance as high as 90% around 12pm. Sleet showers mixed with snow are expected between 1pm and 2pm but after that, chances of snow or rain lower to 20%.
There is a yellow warning for Wembley too, as heavy snow is expected till 2pm on Monday. Afterwards, a cloudy afternoon sky will be followed by a clear night, with temperatures that go around 1C and -1C.
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