Storms across the north of England that led to the death of a young boy are abating, forecasters have said.
Parts of northern England and Scotland woke up to snow
The Met Office said winds which reached over 70mph overnight were still gusting to gale-force in some areas, but had been easing throughout Sunday.
Snow and sleet showers over hills in Scotland were expected to turn to rain during the evening, a forecaster added.
Timothy Sutton, aged eight, was killed by a falling tree in Greater Manchester on Saturday as storms hit the region.
The BBC Weather Centre said while conditions had become milder, "wind will be a feature of the coming week."
Timothy Sutton died at Dunham Park, Altrincham, Cheshire. His two-year-old sister Bethany, mother Julie, 37, and brother, Jamie, 19, were injured.
Julie Sutton suffered a fractured knee and ankle and Jamie received cuts to his head and neck.
They were taken to Trafford General Hospital, while Bethany escaped with a cut to her leg.
The family, from Urmston, were walking in the park following a New Year's Day lunch at a nearby pub with other relatives when the 100ft tree was blown down by high winds.
Police said the group had started to hear trees creaking around them before one cracked and fell.
Timothy's aunt, Claire Fitzpatrick, 31, said her nephew "was a fun-loving rascal who we all loved dearly".
The park was closed on Sunday while tree surgeons made the area safe.