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Britain set for 5cm of snow as Met Office warn -10C ice wall to extend length of country


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The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for the entire east coast of Britain as temperatures are set to fall as low as a teeth-chattering -10C.

Parts of the UK could also see up to 5cm of snow today, with warnings of ice as far south as Truro.

The whole eastern coast of the UK, stretching from Scotland to East Anglia, is under an alert for snow and ice until 11am this morning.

Journeys by road and rail could take longer than usual as commuters are being warned of possible delays.

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Treacherous conditions are possible as temperatures fall below freezing following icy showers.

Warnings for ice are also in force across parts of Northern Ireland and southwest England until 10am.

Dozens of schools in Cornwall were either partially or fully closed following snowfall.

Crashes were also reported on County Durham’s roads because of snow.


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There have been weather warnings issued across the UK


A widespread frost is forecast for this morning, with overnight temperatures falling to -6C in southwest England, -8C in Wales, and -10C in Scotland.

There is a maximum temperature of just 5C (41F) anticipated across the South.

According to the Met Office, the UK is likely to remain in a north-easterly air flow for several days to come, meaning it will stay cold well into the start of next week.

The UK Health Security Agency has issued amber cold health alerts in five regions North East and Yorkshire and the Humber, the East Midlands, West Midlands, North West until December 5.

A snowy moorlands scene

Snow is expected in the Scottish highlands


National Highways is urging motorists to plan their journeys, keep an eye on the weather forecast, and take extra care on the roads.

National network manager Dale Hipkiss said: “Freezing conditions bring so many hazards such as snow and ice, please take every possible step to understand your journey in advance and allow extra time when travelling.

“Keeping a kit of essential items like a torch and warm clothes in your vehicle can be vital.”

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