Southwestern Sweden received nearly 10 centimetres of snow on Monday, but the snowflakes are expected to keep falling throughout the evening, national weather agency SMHI said.
It issued a class-one weather warning for the affected regions (the least serious on a scale from one to three).
Several traffic accidents were reported due to the slippery road conditions during the day, including a a bus crashing into a truck near Gunntorp in the south, and at least four trucks slid off the roads after a car crash near Tranemo.
“It's very slippery on the roads,” Christer Sjöstedt, a spokesman for the rescue services in Jönköping, told Swedish news agency TT.
According to SMHI, the snowfall is expected to taper off sometime overnight to Tuesday.