Ice and snow warnings remain in place for North Lincolnshire.
Yellow warning's for both snow and ice remain in place across North Lincolnshire this morning.
Despite periods of heavy snow predicted yesterday and throughout the night it seems many areas remained snow free.
After a cloduy start to the day, light snow showers could start this morning.
Although most of the day will see cloudy spells, light snow is predicted at 6pm and followed by heavier snow at 9pm.
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Periods of snow fall are then predicted throughout the night and in to Monday morning.
Temperatures will be above freezing but will feel as low as minus five in places.
As Lincolnshire freezes, rural business group the Country Land and Business Association (CLA) is urging drivers to follow the 'ABC' of winter driving.
CLA East of England spokesman, Tim Barnes-Clay, said :"Every year there are car accidents on Lincolnshire's roads – and these include remote country routes. The CLA is calling on drivers to do everything they can to help avoid any heartbreak during this cold snap.
"The most important message is to err on the side of caution and not drive if it's snowing or forecast to snow.
"The CLA is also urging motorists to be prepared. Listen to forecasts, and make sure your vehicle is properly maintained and kitted out. If you get caught in bad weather the most critical thing is to slow right down and keep your distance, bearing in mind it will take you much longer to stop in an emergency."
The CLA's ABC advice on winter driving:
A - Avoid driving in snow and other perilous conditions. Never set off when it's snowing or forecast to, and avoid driving if you possibly can in other bad conditions like fog, heavy rain and ice. Consider alternatives such as walking or using public transport if available. Speak to your employer about working from home when weather is very bad, especially if you live in a rural area prone to snow or floods.
B - Be prepared. Make sure your car is well maintained, and tyres have a tread depth of at least 3mm. Check forecasts and plan your route to avoid roads likely to be more risky and allow plenty of time. Pack a winter driving kit in case you're caught out. This should include: an ice scraper or de-icer; torch; cloths; a blanket and warm clothes; food and drink; first-aid kit; spade; warning triangle; and a high-visibility vest. Always take a fully charged phone in case of emergencies, but don't be tempted to use it when driving.
C - Careful and cautious driving. If you do get caught out driving in hazardous conditions, you need to slow right down to increase the distance from the vehicle in front. In snow or icy conditions stopping distances increase by as much as ten times so you need to drop right back. Keep a careful look out for people on foot and bikes who may be harder to spot.