UK weather: warning of ice as temperatures fall further
Met Office issues severe weather alert over icy roads and pavements after snow and sleet showers hit the UK
The Met Office has warned that the weather is expected to get even colder across the UK following Tuesday’s snow and sleet showers.
Wednesday is forecast to be the chilliest day of the week, with northern areas experiencing temperatures of -2C (28F). As well as icy stretches and widespread frost in the morning, the Met Office forecasts sunny spells, particularly through the central spine of the UK. Coastal areas can expect more snow and sleet showers throughout the day.
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Source: Guardian Transport
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