The Met Office has placed the region on the weather for this morning as heavy hail and snow showers are expected, which could lead to power cuts.
The Met Office has issued Merseyside ANOTHER weather warning for ICE during Monday morning.
The Met Office has issued Merseyside more severe weather warnings for snow and ice over the weekend.
Cold weather gripped Merseyside throughout Tuesday, as temperatures stayed just above freezing.
The region has now been told to expect snow from 8pm Monday to 10am Wednesday, which could be heavy at times.
Further weather warnings have been issued for Merseyside as the threat of snow increases.
Polar air is set to arrive over the UK and forecasters are predicting it could be the coldest spell of winter so far.
After a mild weekend when it was the warmest day of the year so far, temperatures are set to plummet tonight bringing the risk of ICE.
Merseyside was hit by a rare meteorological phenomenon, as a squall line moved over the region during the early hours of this morning.
Merseyside has been told to expect difficult driving conditions as ICE could form on untreated road surfaces and pavements.