A SEVERE weather warning issued by the Met Office remains in place today with ice, sleet, snow and hail showers all predicted for Cornwall.

Sleet, snow and hail showers, some heavy, will affect western areas through Tuesday, with icy stretches forming overnight.

Some transport disruption is possible, with longer journey times and delays to public transport. Icy patches are likely to develop on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths, leading to an increased risk of injuries and accidents.

The rain, sleet and snow will clear through this morning but there will be wintry showers in west later.

Todaywill be cold and mostly cloudy with a band of rain, sleet, and snow moving slowly in from the northwest across the region, eventually clearing Cornwall in the afternoon.

Some light snow flurries are also possible ahead of this. Maximum temperature 4 °C.

Tonight cloud and patchy light snow in the east will clear, leaving most of the region clear, very cold and frosty.

Occasional showers will continue through the night across west Cornwall with a minimum temperature -4 °C.

Wednesday will a cold and bright day with light winds and plenty of sunshine, although high cloud spilling in from the west through afternoon. Turning wet and windier overnight. Maximum temperature 7 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday is mostly cloudy with light rain on Thursday. Heavy rain overnight then cold with plenty of sunny spells and a few light showers on Friday. Turning wet and windy on Saturday.