Much of central and northern Scotland is under a a yellow warning until 10.00am for snow and ice. The warning has been in place since 03.00am Saturday. The Met Office website warns of longer travel times.
Injuries from slips and falls are expected.
There is likely to be ice patches on roads, pavements and cycle paths.
A yellow warning for rain is in place for much of South Wales until 11.00am, having began at 22.00pm Saturday night.
The flooding of a few homes and business is possible.
The weather could affect some bus and train journeys.
The latest update does no show any severe flood warnings.
There are 80 warnings with immediate action required with 170 flood alerts.
England is facing more threats than Wales and Scotland with Northern Ireland clear.
For more information on whether your area is affected, please visit: https://flood-warning-information.service.gov.uk/warnings.
The Met Office has said the current storm has not been named, so is not yet classified as Storm Ellen.
They tweeted: “Monday’s forecast indicates that an area of low pressure will affect the UK.
“We have issued Yellow warnings for this but the weather system is NOT a named storm and #StormEllen has currently NOT been named.”
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