The Met Office warns of an overnight risk of ice as an arctic airmass brings cold temperatures and even snow to coastal areas of Yorkshire.
York and the Yorkshire coast are not included in the weather warning for snow and ice in Scotland and North West England.
Today’s weather in York will be bright and cold, with overnight temperatures dropping to as low as -2 degrees.
Motorists should be prepared for icy conditions as temperatures may feel as cold as -7 degrees tomorrow morning.
On the Yorkshire coast, there may be snow showers tonight and tomorrow morning.
Tomorrow in York will be sunny with a maximum temperature of 1 degree C, feeling more like -4 degrees.
Temperatures will rise to 2 degrees C on Tuesday in York, followed by another bitterly cold day on Wednesday with maximum temperatures of 0 degrees C.
Thursday and Friday will be sunny and slightly warmer, with mid-day temperatures reaching 2 or 3 degrees C.
The Met Office warns of the overnight risk of ice throughout the week ahead.