The Met Office has forecast hours of sleet and snow across Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire this morning.
The latest weather forecast says there will be a 50 per cent chance of snowfall in the city between 7am and 9am.
While in Leek and the Staffordshire Moorlands from around 7am with the white stuff due to fall for almost two hours.
In Biddulph the forecast suggests the snow could become heavy from 7am before a lighter dusting lasting until 9am.
While families living in Cheadle look set for snowfall from 8am before a foggy spell as we move throughout the morning. However the showers are due to resume around midafternoon with rainy intervals.
Across the county line in Cheshire, snow is forecast in Congleton between 8am and 10am with more due in the afternoon at around 2pm.
The latest forecasts come while the yellow weather warning is still in place predicting snow and ice for vast swathes of the North West and the Midlands.
A Met Office spokesman said: “Showers of rain, sleet and snow will move south across parts of Scotland, north Wales and north England.
“Whilst not all areas will see these where they do fall ice is expected to form. The showers are also likely to fall as snow at times, mainly above 200 m but to some lower levels, particularly on Thursday morning over southern Scotland.
“Some accumulations of 1-3 cm are likely, again mainly over higher ground, but 5 cm or more is possible over parts of southern Scotland.”
While families living in Stafford have avoided the weather warning, the Met Office does say there is a 60 per cent chance of snow this morning between 8am and 9am.