The weather report on BBC Breakfast was presented by Sarah Keith-Lucas this morning, who urged viewers to be cautious as Storm Emma sweeps across the UK.
She said: “It is going to be another bitterly cold feeling day with that severe windchill and we are expecting more disruptive snow.
“We’ve still got these cold easterly winds particularly across the northern and eastern parts of the country.”
Today more snow is predicted for most of the UK as the “Beast from the East” continues to cause havoc for commuters and those alike.
A Met Office amber warning is still enforced across parts of Northern Ireland, Scotland and the north east of England due to frequent snow showers here.
Meanwhile, a red warning put in place for the South West and Wales with be lifted in the early hours of the morning as conditions improve.
But the snow is expected to intensify as Storm Emma pushes across the UK, bringing with it wet weather and cold air.
Once again it will be a bitterly cold day for most of Britain, with temperatures still below freezing in some areas.
The coldest places are Birmingham, Norwich, Cardiff and Lerwick, meanwhile, it will be slightly warmer in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle and London.
In the north and east of Scotland snow showers will continue as will it in the north east of England.
Elsewhere, there could be some snow developing across Northern Ireland, Wales and southern England, especially during the afternoon.
However, things will change in the coming days as the strong easterly wind brought in by the “Beast from the East” will be replaced with a milder air from the south.
This evening snow in southern Britain will spread into central areas overnight, meanwhile, snow will continue in the North East.
On Saturday there is still the threat of snow showers across northern parts of the UK where the cold easterly wind remains.
Further south the winds are going to become lighter and for most of the day, it could be dry, although the wet weather will arrive later.
By Sunday the cold easterly wind will ease and the temperatures should rise as a result. It could get as high as 8 or 9 degrees in the south.