DRIVERS and other travellers are being warned to expect some traffic and travel problems even after a yellow weather warning was lifted.

The Met Office's warning expired at 11am today, but freezing temperatures mean some untreated roads and paths will remain treacherous as yesterday's snow turns to dangerous ice.

The weather warning was in place over the entire south of England and some train and bus services continue to be affected by the conditions.

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With parts of Oxfordshire forecast to get even more snow around 11pm last night, some residents awoke this morning to find that roads and paths cleared yesterday were covered again.

Thames Valley Police roads division yesterday urged drivers and pedestrians to take the utmost care when travelling.

National Rail has warned people that services on South Western Railway, which runs trains from London as far west as Exeter, could face disruption until midday.

The weather forecast for Oxford this morning is bright sunshine, but with temperatures hovering just below zero until 9am it will take hours for snow to melt.

What's more a windchill between -1 and -6 will make it feel much colder than it is.

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Although the weather warning has expired, many rural roads in Oxfordshire - especially those in the shade - may stay icy and dangerous for days.

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Oxford Bus Company has said it will not be serving Dean Court on the 4C service for the rest of the day, although all other services are running normally again this morning.

Stagecoach, meanwhile, in its last update at 7pm yesterday, said three of its services were still disrupted:

S3 - Unable to serve Cornish Road in Chipping Norton.

488/489 - Unable to serve Cornish Road.

B9 - Unable to serve Usher Drive.

The company said it would be reassessing all routes this morning and posting updates on its website.

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One road in Chipping Norton yesterday. Picture: Ed Nix/ Oxford Mail

Train company GWR continues to advise passengers to leave as early as possible.

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Looking ahead to tomorrow, temperatures are set to stay below freezing for the whole of Sunday, with little if any sunshine.

Windchill will sink as low as -7 and there may be some light rain in the afternoon.