Another 24-hour ice warning issued as big freeze shows no signs of easing

Snow, sleet, hail and plunging temperatures are set to hit North Wales prompting a 24-hour ice warning.
The Met Office has issued another yellow weather warning for ice, covering all of North Wales, as temperatures are set to plummet due to Arctic winds.
The alert was issued at 11am today and remains in force until 11am on Friday.
Up to two inches (six cm) of snow could fall while ice is expected to cause problems on roads across the region.
A Met Office spokesman said: “Once again, ice will be a hazard in places through this period.
“This will happen as heavy showers of rain, hail, sleet... read more

14 December 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 41
Source: Daily Post

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