Published: Wed, January 30, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Suffolk snow: Met Office extends warnings for East Anglia

Suffolk snow: Met Office extends warnings for East Anglia

The Met Office says there is a high probability of snow and icy conditions, with a yellow warning coming into force from 9pm tonight (Tuesday) through to midday tomorrow.

Yellow warnings for Scotland, Northern Ireland and England will be lifted at 11am this morning while a yellow warning for southern England, covering London, will remain in place until 12pm.

A Met Office forecaster said: "A band of rain, sleet and snow will move eastwards through the day and overnight bringing accumulations in some places".

Police Scotland warned people to drive carefully.

Further warnings have been issued for Thursday when a new weather front comes in which could bring in more wintry weather.

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The disruption is set to deepen with a weather system arriving from the south west and pushing north on Thursday.

February could also be the coldest for seven years as lows of -14C were forecast by The Weather Company. "If you're heading out on the roads, be aware your journey will take a lot longer than normal", Mr Burkill added. Benson in Oxfordshire and Santon Downham in Suffolk could see England's coldest temperatures.

Isolated snow showers affectingPennine hills with mostly sunny skies across eastern areas.

Councils have prepared for heavy snowfall, with more than 1.4m tonnes of salt stockpiled and gritters and street cleaning teams ready to keep roads safe, the Local Government Association said.

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