The weatherbomb which has hit northern Britain is continuing to affect Northamptonshire.
Pitsford Hall Weather Station says it is an unsettled prospect across the county this morning.
We will have fresh, westerly winds accompanied by squally showers this morning.
It should become drier for a time this afternoon, but a band of heavier and more persistent rain will move in from the west this evening.
As the rain moves in we are likely to see the wind picking up a notch or two. Heavy rain is likely to continue throughout the night.
Highs today will reach 6C, falling overnight to 4C.
Any early rain on Friday will soon clear but this will leave a risk of icy stretches at first.
It will then be breezy with sunny spells and just the odd wintry showers, still feeling cold.