Brits are in for four days of weather misery, with fresh warnings put in place by the Met Office .
A string of yellow warnings for wind and rain have been extended into Sunday.
And Saturday looks like being worse than originally thought, with large parts of England, Wales and Northern Ireland now affected.
It comes as large parts of the UK endure snowfall today.
Air passengers have been warned that the weather could cause disruption to flights.
Forecasters have warned that more flooding is likely, with between 40 and 60mm of rain likely to fall in Wales and Northern England - worsening the situation in places that have already been heavily hit.
Most of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are affected by a yellow warning for snow and ice today, while heavy rain is set to pile on misery in Wales and North West England tomorrow.
On Saturday and Sunday a spell of strong winds is expected to move northeast.
Brits have shared images of the wintry scenes they've woken up to this morning - with a band of snow stretching across large parts of the country.
London Luton Airport posted on Twitter: "Snow and wintry showers are forecast to continue through the morning. This may cause some disruption to flights. Please check with your airline for the latest status of your flight."
This morning nearby Caddington Golf Club in Bedfordshire said it had been forced to close, sharing video showing the state of its courses.
It wrote: "Unfortunately due to snow both courses are currently closed. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
"Please drive safe."
Paul Gundersen, Chief Meteorologist with the Met Office, said: “A low-pressure system moving in to the South West from the Atlantic overnight will bring a further period of rain to southern England.
"As this system encounters the cold air further north over the UK, there is a risk of snow along this boundary and we have issued a Yellow warning north of the M4 corridor from central Wales, parts of the Midlands and East Anglia.
"Snowfall up to 5cm is possible over higher ground in South Wales, with 1-3cm possible over the Cotswolds and the Chilterns.
"It is possible that rain may briefly turn to sleet or snow over lower ground across the Midlands, East Anglia and areas north of London, although accumulations here are likely to be small."