There have been snow showers this morning, but will we see any more?
Northants meteorologist Paul Barber from Forecasts4u has provided this forecast exclusively for the Northants Telegraph.
Monday: It was a chilly start to the day with some sleet and snow showers around this morning.
These will move away to the east during the morning so that much of the county will see a dry afternoon with sunny spells and just the small risk of a shower.
Maximum temperatures of 6°C (43°F) whilst westerly winds will be moderate to fresh.
Monday night: Temperatures will fall quite quickly under clear skies tonight, but later in the night cloud will increase from the west bringing some rain, sleet and snow showers with it although no settling snow is expected.
Minimum temperatures of -1°C (30°F) with moderate to fresh westerly winds continuing.
Tuesday: Another rather cold day with early wintry showers dying out to leave many places dry with sunny spells.
Maximum temperatures of 7°C (45°F) while westerly winds will fresh and quite gusty at times.
Wednesday: After a frosty start, a dry day is expected across the country with plenty of sunshine around although variable amounts of cloud will tend to build up as we go through the day.
Top temperatures around 8°C (46°F) with the west/northwest wind not as strong as recent days.
Thursday: Another frosty start to the day is expected but it will then be another dry day with sunny spells.
However, as we go through the afternoon cloud is expected to move in from the northwest with perhaps some light rain arriving overnight.
Temperatures will reach 10°C (50°F) in light winds.
Friday and the weekend: There will be a lot of dry and settled weather around with high pressure dominating.
Cloud amounts will be variable at times but there will still be some sunny spells, and the best of these will help lift temperatures towards 13°C or 14°C (55-57°F) so much milder.