It's expected that any persistent snowfall will arrive in Jersey tomorrow evening (9 February).
The Severe Weather Tactical Co-ordination Group, who met this afternoon, says it isn't expecting any significant disruption over the next 24 hours.
The group will meet again tomorrow morning with the aim of giving another update at lunchtime.
Temperatures are due to fall to zero overnight, with increasing cold winds throughout tomorrow.
Jersey Met has a yellow warning in place for snow showers.
Snow Alert Jersey. Issued 10:45 UTC Monday 08 February 2021. pic.twitter.com/INaE1xqZAg— CI Weather Warnings (@Jersey_MetCI) February 8, 2021
Jersey Met forecaster Rebecca Shutler says it's still uncertain as to whether persistent snow will reach Jersey.
"If it does reach us, we could see a good white layer across the island, but it's looking more likely that it'll be further south than us.
"So we may see a very light dusting of snow and it will melt fairly quickly through the day."
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