Yellow warnings for ice are in place across Scotland, Northern Ireland and much of northern England today.
The alert is in force until 11am with forecasters highlighting the risk of injuries from slips and falls, as well as icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.
‘Following recent wet conditions, surfaces are likely to remain wet into Monday morning and, with a cold night, icy stretches will readily form on untreated surfaces,’ the Met Office said.
‘A few rain, sleet and snow showers may still affect these areas overnight, but ice remains the main hazard.’
Travel in the north has already been disrupted by flooding.
Network Rail said a landslip had collapsed an embankment along part of the West Coast Mainline, closing the track between Carlisle and Glasgow until January 6 for repair works.
All flood warnings in Scotland have now lifted but some are still in place around York, East Sussex, Bournemouth, Bristol and the Lake District.
However, Monday is likely to be the driest day of the week for the rest of the UK before rain moves in from the Atlantic.
Meteorologist Dan Stroud said: ‘There’s the risk of some icy stretches around, so definitely anyone out early tomorrow morning just needs to take some care.
‘We’re expecting a lot of wet weather as we move into the working week.
‘The best day of the week is probably going to be Bank Holiday Monday, with a lot of dry and generally fine weather across the country, a bit of a cloud in the mix, with cloud and rain moving in early Tuesday morning.
‘And then our focus gets to a spell of wet weather (on) Tuesday into Wednesday and that could produce quite a bit of rain across some western locations.’
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