The snow showers that hit the region yesterday brought up to three centimetres of snow in some areas but caused little disruption.
Gritting teams worked throughout the night on Tuesday to prevent accidents and were out in force again last night as temperatures plummeted to minus 3C (24F) in some parts of the West Midlands.
A forecaster from the Met office in Birmingham said: "The weather we are seeing is typical for this time of year and is being caused by a nationwide depression which is sucking in cold air from the Arctic and Scandinavia.
"We may still see a few showers today and temperatures will remain low but the day should be dry and sunny overall.
"The region should remain snow-free as temperatures pick up towards the weekend but there is a big chance of snow showers throughout Saturday."
Meanwhile, the army was called in to assist emergency services after heavy snow falls hit large parts of Britain yesterday.
Five army drivers, from 18 Transport Squadron based in Dover, as well as Soldiers from 1 Royal Gurkha Rifles, helped in Kent.