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 has been told to expect difficult driving conditions as ICE could form on untreated road surfaces and pavements.
Merseyside has been issued another severe weather warning for strong winds today, less than 24 hours after the region was battered by strong winds.
The Met Office has placed Merseyside on a yellow severe weather warning, as dipping temperatures during clear any skies could freeze pavements and roads from any rainfall.
Merseyside was forecast heavy snow through Sunday, which caused the Met Office to issue the region Amber weather warnings.
Snow fell across the region on Friday and now the met office are predicting that more is on the way.
On Sunday another weather front will track across the Atlantic and with the UK still sitting under cold air, any rain will again turn to snow.
Storm Caroline, the UK’s third named storm of the season is set to batter the UK through Thursday.
Winds of up to 70mph are expected to batter the region through Wednesday and into Thursday.
Some damage to buildings, such as tiles blown from roofs could happen, perhaps leading to injuries and danger to life from flying debris, they also warn.