Coventry and Warwickshire could see heavy snow this morning.
The Met Office is forecasting that snow is likely to start falling from 9am, turning heavy by 10am.
Later in the morning we could see some sleet, and then rain for the rest of the afternoon and into the evening.
It’s expected to be a little warmer than yesterday, but still cold, with temperatures rising to no more than four degrees Celsius, but feeling much colder at -3.
In Nuneaton, people are warned to expect sleet while the south of the county could see rain rather than snow.
There are no weather warnings in place for Coventry and Warwickshire at present but some are in force in the rest of the country.
It could be the last of the cold weather we see for a while, with conditions expected to turn milder from tomorrow, Monday, February 15.
Tomorrow is expected to be mainly dry, with temperatures up to 11 degrees while the rest of the week could see more rain and patchy showers, with some sunshine.
Coventry and Warwickshire, along with the rest of the country, has seen snowfall on and off over the last few weeks, along with freezing temperatures.
The snow has caused some disruption, with bin collections being cancelled, although these are now all back to normal.