Ice, snow and rain will plague the country today as communities in the south west continue to tackle flooding.
The Met Office said the counties of Hampshire, Dorset and Somerset remain at medium risk of flooding as another day or rain hits the regions.
Meanwhile, snow will fall across high ground throughout the UK, particularly across Wales, Scotland and northern England, with some hail storms and thunder predicted.
Temperatures will fall to around freezing resulting in a risk of icy stretches on roads and the potential for travel disruption, the Met Office added.
The Environment Agency has issued more than 140 flood alerts and 10 more serious flood warnings in the south west, which mean flooding is expected and immediate action is required.
Somerset County Council has declared a "major incident" after large parts of the county remain under water.
Environment Secretary Owen Paterson is expected to visit the region today to hold crisis talks with farmers and the local council, the Western Morning News reported.
Yesterday, farmers held a demonstration against the Environment Agency accusing them of failing to dredge the rivers.
Council leaders, the emergency services and government agencies who make up the Local Resilience forum on flooding met last night to discuss the flooding crisis.
The group confirmed that people at risk of flooding were visited over the weekend by either the emergency services, local authorities or local utility companies.
Avon and Somerset Police have launched a police boat to reach flood-hit homes in Mulcheney on Somerset Levels.
The team gave fire prevention and health and safety advice to residents who have been affected by the floods.
Many communities are still coming to terms with the flooding that hit Somerset at the beginning of January and now face further problems.
Somerset County Council deputy chief executive Pat Flaherty said: "Our priority has to be to keep people safe.
"We are doing everything we can to do this and we believe that declaring a major incident shows just how urgent the situation is for many of our residents and communities.
"The reason we are taking this action is the long-term nature of the issues we are facing and to enable a consistent approach to the way that we deal with them."