Published: Sat, February 10, 2018
Health Care | By Alberto Manning

Wales travel warning as snow and ice forecast

Wales travel warning as snow and ice forecast

The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning for ice on the Isle of Wight tomorrow morning (Friday).

The forecaster said there would be "scattered snow showers" but accumulations of less than 3cm.

"A slightly different story across the west country as well as the Midlands where temperatures will plummet under clearing skies".

Met Éireann has issued a snow-ice warning, beginning at 9pm tonight and staying in place until 9am tomorrow morning. Highs of 6° to 10° are expected in a moderate southwesterly breeze.

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It is expected to turn very cold on Thursday night, with lowest temperatures falling to between -2° and +1°.

"Showers are likely to fall as rain along western coasts though".

"Frontal systems will sweep mostly rain and stronger winds across the British Isles through to Saturday night". But the evening will see the weather drop to freezing and below, with the chill expected to last all weekend.

Their latest forecast predicts the afternoon to feature showers of mainly rain and sleet, but they will become more isolated.

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