Top politicians have today praised the work of gritters throughout Lincolnshire amid the adverse weather conditions.
Snow has played havoc on the roads in recent days as temperatures have dipped to -7 in parts of the county.
Now, Alan Aistrup, divisional highways manager at Lincolnshire County Council, is warning drivers in the county to brace themselves for one final snow storm.
Speaking at a highways, transport and technology scrutiny committee meeting at Lincolnshire County Council, today, Mr Aistrup said: "We are looking at another 5-10cm of snow tonight.
"Road surface temperatures will be around -5 in the morning and so drivers should take care.
"But we are hoping the worst of the weather will be over by the middle of the week because the temperatures are set to become milder.
"We have been working around the clock for the last 72 hours - to keep primary routes open especially."
Neil Cooper, chairman of the highways, transport and technology scrutiny committee, said: "We need to thank our gritters and other workers for making the roads in Lincolnshire passable for the majority of people."
William Webb, executive member for highways, added: "We can be pro-active with frost. But with snow, we cannot do anything until the snow is there.
"You can be ready to move and that is about it."