The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow and ice across much of London and the South East. 

The warning is in place from midnight to 10am on Friday April 1 as the Met Office warns of a risk of disruption. 

Some roads and railways are likely to be affected with longer journey times by road, bus, and train services. 

Plus, people are being told to be cautious when walking as the conditions will lead to icy surfaces leaving the potential for injuries from slips and falls. 

The weather forecast for tomorrow shows freezing temperatures with the warmest degree at just 4C. 

Plus there will be winds to add to the snow and icy with winds of 35 mph predicted to sweep across the region. 

According to the Met Office, they say: "A band of rain, sleet and snow is expected to affect parts of east and southeast England during Friday morning.

"For many this will fall as rain and sleet though away from coasts and particularly over any higher ground in Kent there is a chance this will fall as snow with some 1-2 cm of snow possible for a few spots.

"Wind borne snow and sleet is likely to affect visibility on roads, adding to the difficult driving conditions. Any snow will melt later Friday morning."

To get the latest advice on how to travel in icy conditions head to the Met Office website.