Sleet, snow and ice forecast in Derbyshire this week
Derbyshire could see another flurry of sleet and snow this week, with a yellow weather warning in place.
A yellow warning of snow is in place until 6pm today alongside a yellow warning of ice, which has been issued by the Met Office until 7pm this evening.
Another yellow warning of snow will come into force on Wednesday between 9am and midnight.
A Met Office spokesman said: "There will be some sleet, rain and snow this late this afternoon, but it is unlikely that this will settle.
"There will be wet conditions over night and there is a possibility this will freeze, causing problems with ice tomorrow morning."
There is a 60-70 per cent probability of cold temperatures, icy conditions and or snow in the region this week, the Met Office says.
Temperatures could feel as low as -4C today, amid wind gusts of up to 34mph. A dry but cloudy Tuesday night is forecast, but wind gusts could reach speeds of 37mph.
Wednesday should be largely cloudy with sunny intervals, but temperatures could feel as low as -2C amid wind gusts of up to 35mph.
No weather warnings have yet been issued for the rest of the week, but temperatures could feel as low as -5C on Thursday morning despite a bout of sunshine.
Wind gusts will have subsided, the Met Office says.
Friday is set to be cloudy and chilly, with light snow forecast between 9am and midday.
Saturday should be cloudy with sunny intervals, and temperatures could feel as high as 2C.
The snow and ice weather warnings issued by the Met Office urge people to take extra care when walking, cycling or driving in affected areas, as there are likely to be widespread icy stretches on untreated roads and pavements.
Most road networks should be open but journeys through affected areas may take longer than usual, the Met Office warns.
The AA advises motorists driving in snowy and icy conditions to factor in greater stopping distances, which are 10 times longer in ice and snow. Gentle manoeuvres are vital.
If the car starts to slide, steer into the skid and keep your feet off the brake and throttle until the vehicle is back under control.