Further rainfall is expected today in the North East amid flooding problems on the region's roads.
Forecasters at the Met Office say it will be a mostly cloudy morning, with rain at times.
Any snow will be limited to the highest ground.
Brighter conditions will then spread to the north during the afternoon, but with a risk of a few showers.
Brisk easterly winds easing later with a maximum temperature of 6 °C.
Tonight will be largely dry with clear period. A frost is likely with some patchy mist and fog.
Tomorrow there will be occasional showers across the hills, but elsewhere a mainly dry, bright morning.
Scattered showers then developing across the region for the afternoon, with bright spells.
Winds will be mostly light and there is expected to be a maximum temperature of 7 °C.