Storm Erik arrived on Saturday with gusts of up to 75 km / h and heavy rain in the United Kingdom. With the wind starting to fade, the Met Office has put in place yellow weather alerts for ice on Sunday night until Monday. This is for northeast Scotland including Grampian, Highlands & Eilean Siar and Orkney & Shetland.
The Met Office warned that a shower of rain and hillside snow would clear the Scottish mainland on Sunday night. When the sky clears, this will lead to a sharp drop in temperatures and ice.
There will also be more winter showers over the northern islands to the far north of Scotland.
If these showers fall on surfaces below zero, they will keep the icy sections until Monday morning.
Meteorologist Ellie Creed from the Weather Bureau said about the weather on Sunday: "The bulk of the wet weather clears slowly in the southeast of England.
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"Further north, another weather system affects parts of Northern Scotland and Northern Ireland, rain and hilltop snow here.
"We will probably see some storms, especially in parts of Northern Ireland.
"Elsewhere, and between the wet weather, there will probably be more sunshine, but also some showers, and one or two of them could cause thunderstorms."
Tonight (Sunday) temperatures will drop across the country, and even on Monday, the temperatures are bad with the awakening of people.
Could it snow in the coming week?
According to the Met office, this week will be "milder lately," and although some mountain snow is likely, it will not snow at lower levels.
However, as we travel to the rear of the world at the end of February and March, Met Office's long-term forecast shows that wind and rain cross the UK from the Atlantic and high pressure in the north and northeast.
The wet and windy weather could follow a period of dry and colder weather, which could lead to snowfall, with the likelihood that some snow will affect the low levels.
Weather experts predict that temperatures are generally at a normal level, but may experience short-term fluctuations that increase the likelihood of much colder and milder spells.
However, the players believe that the snow could return to the UK this week, according to the bookies.
Bookmaker Coral does it at 1-2 for snow fall in a major British city next week.
The company offers 4-6 that this is the coldest winter ever in the UK and 5-4 that this month ends up being the wettest February since records began.
Coral spokesman John Hill said, "We definitely have not seen the last snow this winter and the bets suggest that many major cities in the UK will see the white stuff in the coming days."