A light dusting of snow has fallen across the area overnight.
The Met Office has a severe weather warning for snow in place for the South East, but is predicting rain this afternoon.
Temperatures are expected to sit at two or three degrees centigrade.
The Royal Borough sent its gritters out to salt both primary and secondary routes yesterday.
A message on its website confirms they will be sent out again later today and says salt bins have been filled and will be replenished as required.
It adds: "The forecast for the rest of the week shows road surface temperatures down to -5.5 degrees, no snow, just very icy roads. Please drive with care and leave plenty of time for your journeys."
Slough Borough Council also sent gritters out last night and says it will be keeping an eye on the situation.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has issued advice for driving on snow and ice, which can be found here.
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