Merseyside woke up to snow this morning as freezing temperatures gripped the region overnight.
The region is now on four days of severe weather warnings for snow and ice.
The Met Office has warned Merseyside to expect snow and ice this week.
Wirral coastguard and New Brighton RNLI have warned members of the public to stay away from large waves and to avoid taking pictures.
Merseyside has been warned to expect winds of up to 65 mph through Sunday.
More ICE on the way could lead to more travel problems.
Temperatures will drop to freezing overnight which will lead to ICE in some areas as Arctic air sweeps the country.
The Met Office have warned of freezing rain, ICE and snow.
Cold air from the east has gripped the country and temperatures over the next 24 hours are not expected to climb much above freezing.
A weather system will move eastwards across the UK on Friday bringing widespread gales.