Drivers in the East Riding are being urged to take extra care on the roads as snow showers are expected to continue over the next few days.
Parts of the area have been hit by mild snow showers this weekend, which are likely to carry on through the beginning of the week.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is urging motorists to take extra care of potential slippery road conditions over the next few days.
The council's gritting lorries have been out treating the network continually over the weekend and treatments will continue in line with the winter plan during the week.
Paul Tripp, the council's head of streetscene services, said: "Our winter team will continue to monitor weather conditions and will deploy our gritting lorries to treat where necessary.
"We would advise motorists only to make essential journeys, take extra care, plan in advance and allow extra time for travel."
Freezing temperatures will continue through the week and residents are encouraged to be good neighbours and check on anyone nearby who is elderly or vulnerable.
Advice to drivers:
Motorists are encouraged to use the main roads as much as possible, drive according to the conditions and listen to local radio or check the internet for updates on weather and road conditions.
Even on gritted roads, care needs to be taken in case salt has washed away.
Driving on snow, ice and slush:
In difficult conditions:
If you get stuck in snow:
Visit www.eastriding.gov.uk/winter for more advice and information.