An additional warning for wind has been issued from Wednesday night into Thursday, with gusts of 60 to 70 miles per hour expected in some areas.
The Stage Four AMBER warning has been issued as a result of severe snow showers forecasted for central and southern Scotland overnight and Police Scotland advises that if you do travel, you are likely to experience severe delays of several hours or more.
Yellow "be aware" warnings of snow and ice across much of Scotland and Northern Ireland are also in force until 6pm on Wednesday.
"The showers further south could result in some snow over the hills; many eastern areas will only see one or two showers with some sunshine".
There was also potential for blizzards and drifting snow, as strong winds were also expected, particularly over higher ground.
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Showers will turn to sleet, snow and hail should start to fall late on Monday night across northern England, and then affect parts of Wales and the Midlands during Tuesday and overnight into Wednesday.
Referring to the yellow weather warning, which includes Liverpool, the chief forecaster said: "Very strong winds will affect parts of the United Kingdom during Wednesday night and into Thursday".
Northern England and Northern Ireland have also seen flurries of snow, with 1cm reported in Lough Fea, Northern Ireland, and further accumulations expected through the day.
More than a foot (36cm) of snow was recorded in Eskdalemuir in Dumfries and Galloway, Glenanne in Co Armagh had 23cm, while Tulloch Bridge in Inverness saw 21cm of snow overnight with temperatures as low as minus 4C, forecasters said.
The showers turning wintry in many areas by dawn with falls of snow possible over high ground.
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Delays on roads are possible, however, and drivers are urged to take care. Obviously, lightning has the potential to disrupt power supplies.
'There is a chance of power cuts, while services such as mobile phone coverage may be affected'.
The Met Office warning added: "Snow showers will be heaviest and most frequent across western Scotland".
Forecasters warned the winds could reach 70mph across northern England and Wales on Wednesday evening - and potentially could be another named storm.
In western coastal counties winds may be even stronger temporarily later this afternoon and evening with severe gusts.
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