Yellow Warning for Snow/Ice in effect until 11:55 PM GMT. Source: Met Office National Severe Weather Warnings

Snow showers are likely to continue throughout Sunday, with an increased chance that longer spells of snow will affect some areas. Southern and eastern regions look most vulnerable overnight and early on Sunday and then southwestern areas of England and south Wales into the daytime. Separate Amber warnings are in force for those areas most likely to see disruption. Any heavier snow will become largely confined to southwest England through the day.

There is a chance of travel delays on roads with some stranded vehicles, along with delayed or cancelled rail and air travel. Damage to trees or other structures increases the chance that power cuts could occur, especially over southern and southwestern parts of England. There is a small chance that some rural communities could become cut off. Icy surfaces increase the risk of accidents and injuries. Significant wind chill and drifting will be added factors, especially over hills.A second dose of unusually cold air will be in place across southern Britain, bringing with it the risk of snow for many. Amounts of snow will be variable, but typically 1 to 4 cm in northern areas and 3 to 8 cm further south. Greater amounts will occur locally, mostly covered by the Amber warnings.The public is advised to take extra care, further information and advice can be found here:

Yellow Warning for Ice in effect from Monday, 12:05 AM GMT until Monday, 10:00 AM GMT. Source: Met Office National Severe Weather Warnings

Ice is likely widely on roads, pavements and cycle paths. This increases the risk of accidents, as well as injuries due to falls.

This warning has been updated to remove much of Scotland (apart from the southeast) and parts of Northern Ireland whilst it has been extended to cover remaining parts of eastern England and the extreme southwest.
After a very cold day on Sunday, temperatures are likely to fall well below freezing across much of the area into the start of Monday. This will lead to any partly melted snow refreezing. Any remaining sleet and snow in the extreme southwest will clear overnight whilst some wintry showers may continue to affect east coasts, falling onto subzero surfaces.

The public is advised to take extra care, further information and advice can be found here:


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