Here's when snow and ice could arrive after yellow weather warning issued

Here's when snow and ice could arrive after yellow weather warning issued

Here's when snow and ice could arrive after yellow weather warning issued

A yellow - "be aware" - severe weather alert for 2-11am has been issued by the agency. These will begin to ease later but icy stretches will form overnight with temperatures falling close to freezing.

The forecast also details spells of snow early on Sunday morning over some central and northwestern parts of the United Kingdom, while high winds will affect southern England.

Wintry weather is poised to grip much of Britain, prompting forecasters to issue warnings for snow, ice and wind.

Lowest temperatures tonight will range from -1°c to 2°c.

"Scattered thundery showers of hail, sleet and snow expected during the period".

The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for much of the UK
The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for much of the UK

Monday will feature more clouds than sunshine across the state and the day could even start with some morning fog in Denver and on the eastern plains.

Saturday night will be cold with showery rain, merging into longer spells of rain at times.

As the weather becomes warmer in the afternoon, the snow and sleet with transform over to rain.

Tomorrow will be a cold and raw day with widespread blustery showers, according to Met Eireann. Over the northern half of the country showers will be wintry with the risk of hail.

Preston is being told to prepare for a snowy and icy Sunday evening. The strong west to northwesterly winds will extend to Wales and much of England on Wednesday where a yellow warning for wind is also in place.

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