Leeds woke up to the remaining signs of the mini Beast from the East which struck the city over the weekend.
With snow still laying on the ground ground, the Met Office are warning that ice could be a problem today, with the warning in place between 5am and 10am.
The Met Office website says: "Ice is likely to form on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.
"This increases the risk of accidents, as well as injuries due to falls.
"Further snow is likely across parts of the southwest of England, easing from the north by morning, with a few light snow showers for other southern counties for a time."
No snow is forecast for the city today but it is set to be chilly for the majority of the day.
What the Met Office say about today's weather:
"On the cloudy side to start, with isolated light snow flurries and some icy patches possible. Gradually brightening up however, leaving much of the day dry with sunny intervals. Feeling a little less cold, with the easterly wind abating later. Maximum temperature 6 °C."
What the Met Office say about tonight's weather:
"Rather cloudy during the evening and overnight, with a few showers arriving on the northerly breeze. Although less cold than recent nights, a widespread frost is still expected. Minimum temperature -1 °C."
11am: Sunny intervals
12pm: Sunny day
1pm: Sunny day
2pm: Sunny day
3pm: Sunny intervals
4pm: Sunny intervals
9pm: Light shower night
10pm: Light rain