MORE freezing fog may deliver harmful driving situations tomorrow as the chilly snap continues.
The haze may very well be so dense in some areas that visibility falls to under 100 metres, the Met Office has warned.
Forecasters have issued a yellow weather warning for fog for elements of England, together with the South East, East Anglia, Midlands and Yorkshire.
It’s in power from 2am till no less than 11am on Sunday and urges anybody travelling to take further care.
Delays on roads and practice traces are “possible”, whereas untreated surfaces may turn into slippery.
Flights may be held up or cancelled, it’s feared.
The Met Office mentioned: “Freezing fog will result in troublesome driving situations and may trigger journey delays in some areas on Saturday evening and Sunday morning.
“[This is] anticipated to develop on Saturday evening, dense in locations and maybe sluggish to clear on Sunday.
“Visibility as low as 50 to 100 metres may very well be encountered in a couple of areas and some untreated surfaces may flip icy.
“This mixture means probably troublesome driving situations.”
It follows a earlier fog alert which ended simply earlier than lunchtime at this time.
Pictures taken whereas it was energetic present an deserted lorry on its facet in Godney, Somerset, after a flooded highway turned to ice.
Temperatures dropped into minus figures final evening, with the mercury plunging to a low of -10.2C in Braemar, Aberdeenshire.
Kielder in Northumberland was solely a fraction hotter at -7.2C, whereas Sennybridge in Brecknockshire recorded -8.5C.
Cities and cities additional south hovered round -4C to zero.
However the frost cleared barely this morning, with some sunshine for a lot of England and Wales this afternoon.
There have been highs of 7C within the South West, 5C in London, 4C within the North and 3C in Wales, in line with the Met Office.
However tonight might be one other bone-chiller for these in Cambridge, the place it will likely be a biting -4C within the early hours, maps present.
Elsewhere in England temperatures will drop to -3C, whereas Wales will see lows of -2C, and Scotland in low-to-mid single figures, forecasters say.
It comes after temperatures plunged under -10C in elements of the UK this week amid snowy and icy situations.
Drumnadrochit close to Inverness within the Highlands hit -10.4C within the early hours of Thursday, making it the coldest recorded temperature of the yr to date.
Manchester Airport was pressured to shut each its runways for a interval as a result of heavy snowfall.