The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for ice and snow showers in Greater London, Kent, Surrey, and Sussex starting at 4am on Monday. Temperatures are expected to drop to near zero, with snow and sleet showers forecasted. The warning urges the public to take care as icy and snowy conditions are likely to affect roads and train services.
The Environment Agency has also issued a warning for flooded properties and transport disruptions as river levels rise. Additionally, a cold-health alert remains in place for various regions in England, with the risk of more properties flooding and travel disruptions over the next few days.
The Met Office forecasts wintry showers, fog, frost, and icy patches across the UK, while the south-east is expected to experience a decrease in temperatures along with the likelihood of icy patches and some snow accumulation. The public is advised to check on the wellbeing of vulnerable people during these weather conditions. Over 1,800 properties have already been flooded, and high water levels are expected to continue.
Various areas already have numerous flood warnings and alerts in place, with a warning issued for affected roads and railways. The weather conditions are expected to cause potential problems during the rush hour and suggest extra caution for icy conditions.