A yellow weather warning remains in place this morning, urging people to be aware of the risk of ice.

The warning covers the whole of the county and is in place until 11am today.

It states: "Icy stretches will continue to be likely on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths during the rest of Saturday onwards into Sunday. In addition some snow is likely at times, although away from higher ground in Wales, eastern Northern Ireland, the Midlands and northern England amounts are likely to be small. However, further snow is not expected across southern parts of England. Driving conditions may become difficult and there is an increased chance of injuries from slips and falls on icy surfaces. The warning has been updated to extend the yellow area southwards across remaining parts of southern England where further ice may form at times overnight following a daytime thaw."

The Met Office says temperatures could be as high as nine degrees Celsius today in Weymouth, and will be dry, with sunny spells this morning.

Dorchester could see slightly cooler temperatures and some rain showers throughout the day, while Bridport is forecast for heavy rain around midday and lighter showers in the evening. Lyme Regis is expected to have even more rain, again with heavy showers at midday, and lighter scattered showers with sunny spells for the rest of the afternoon.