The Met Office has issued a Yellow Warningof rain.
Issued at: 1029 on Mon 4 Jan 2016
Valid from: 1300 on Mon 4 Jan 2016
Valid to: 1200 on Tue 5 Jan 2016
Heavy showers on Monday and into Tuesday, are likely to line up in bands across parts of south and southeast England. Up to 10 mm of rain may fall in an hour very locally with a few spots receiving 20-30 mm through the whole period.
Please be aware of the likelihood of localised surface water flooding affecting travel on roads at times.
The Met Office has issued a Yellow Warning of Snow and Ice.
Issued at: 1252 on Wed 4 Feb 2015
Valid from: 1800 on Wed 4 Feb 2015
Valid to: 2355 on Thu 5 Feb 2015
A wintry mix of sleet and snow showers are likely to extend inland across parts of eastern, southeastern and central England on Wednesday night into Thursday. These are likely to lead to icy stretches on untreated surfaces. Snow accumulations of 1-3 cm are also possible in places, mainly above 150 m with perhaps 8 cm over the North York Moors. Due to the showery nature of the flow many places will probably miss the snow.
The public should be aware of the potential for disruption to travel.
This is an update to start earlier on Wednesday evening with road surface temperatures falling below freezing then as well as extending the northern boundary to fully cover the North York Moors.