The Met Office has extended its warning for snow and ice across Lincolnshire.
A yellow warning is in place between 5pm on Tuesday, January 29 and midday on Wednesday, January 30 for a large part of the country.
A second snow and ice warning has now also been issued for the entire county between 3pm on Thursday, January 31 and midday on Friday, February 1.
Forecasters say there is a small chance of travel disruption on Tuesday night as rain turns to snow and temperatures plummet.
Snow overnight will be patchy, but could settle with a covering of between 3 and 5cm.
Snow showers and icy conditions have already begun to sweep the UK. Roads have been closed in Scotland, Northern England and Wales.
Emergency services have been urging people to take extra care on the roads.
People have also been reminded to be mindful of vulnerable people in their local community in sub-zero temperatures.
If you see a rough sleeper, you can call the P3 charity: