In fact, if you live in one of the above, you've probably woken up to a fair bit of snow this morning already - and it's expected to continue throughout the day.
According to the Met Office, people living in the north of England, the Midlands, Scotland and Northern Ireland can expect heavy snow and rain throughout Monday.
People in Scotland will see up to 20cm of snow by the end of today, meanwhile, there will be gale force winds across the UK and an increased risk of icy weather on higher ground.
Drivers are advised to be extra careful, with delays expected as well as hazardous road conditions. Commuters are also being advised to allow extra time for journeys, with delays and cancellations expected on public transport.
The yellow weather warning has extended as far south as Nottingham. There's also a severe flood warning in place for the River Severn in Shrewsbury, with heavy rain expected to fall in the area and into Wales.
There are currently 189 flood warnings across the UK, so it might be worth digging out your waterproofs whether you live in the north or south.
The weather body has also warned there could be power cuts, with a risk rural communities could be cut off.
The latest #snowdar shows a real wintry mix of #weather becoming stablished across the north of the UK.#Rain and #snow will continue to edge north and east and warnings are in force throughout the day
Stay #WeatherAware pic.twitter.com/rZsGvbGu8v
- Met Office (@metoffice) February 24, 2020
Even London could be in on the wintry weather, with the Met Office telling Tyla the capital could expect some "wet snow" on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.
Sadly, Londoners will only be subjected to rain showers on Monday and Tuesday.
A spokesperson told Tyla: "In London, rain can be expected on Monday and Tuesday. By the time Wednesday and Thursday come around, there could be some wet snow in the far north of London, but this isn't expected to stick."
Looks like Londoners can cancel their snow day and reach for a brolly instead...
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