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.
Further spells of wet and windy weather are forecast throughout Thursday as a deep area of low pressure crosses the country.
The Portuguese Met Service has named storm Diana, which is due to impact the UK this week.
Merseyside has now been issued a yellow severe weather warning for strong winds as 60mph gusts are expected to batter the region.
The Met Office are warning that there could be some flooding.
The second storm of the season has been named by the Met office as Storm Bronagh.
Storm Ali hit the Merseyside today as 63 mph winds battered the region with fallen trees bringing travel disruption.
An area of low pressure containing strong winds and heavy rain this weekend, resulting in Merseyside being placed on a severe yellow weather warning.