Areas across the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead were affected by some snow last night.
The Met Office has issued warnings for ice on the roads tonight and into the morning, but does not expect any more snow tomorrow.
The council said gritters have treated both primary and secondary routes overnight and a response team is on call to refill the 140 grit bins placed with parish councils and local communities across the borough.
Waste collections are due to go ahead as normal today. Catch-up arrangements have been made for residents whose collections were affected.
Bins that were not emptied on Friday and Monday should be put out for collection by 7am on Friday or Monday as appropriate for a double collection.
People whose bins are not emptied today should put them out for collection before 7am on Tuesday.
Food waste will be also caught up on the same basis.
A council spokesperson apologised to residents for the interruption to normal service and said it was determined to catch up on missed collections as soon as possible.
However they said that would be dependent on the weather conditions for the remainder of this week and beyond.
The Met Office has issued warnings for ice on the roads overnight and into the morning, but does not expect any more snow tomorrow.
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