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07 February 2018, 01:28 | Tara Lloyd
PA Met OfficeA yellow warning weather for snow and ice is in place for Scotland Wales and parts of England
Sky News weather presenter Nazaneen Ghaffar said: "So far this winter we've definitely experienced cold conditions and plenty of snow too".
"One to three centimetres of snow may accumulate at low levels inland, and perhaps five to ten on hills above 200m".
The yellow warning is in place for the county from 8pm on Monday until 10am on Wednesday.
"Northern England and Wales will see increasingly light and patchy snow clearing to central England on Tuesday morning, with a few wintry showers following".
The Met Office says there will be some roads or railways that will be affected to the point where delays will be inevitable.
Experts are warning that the cold conditions across the United Kingdom could be here for the long haul, too - lasting for much of February and even extending into March.
A spell of rain, sleet and increasingly snow will move east across the United Kingdom on Monday night and Tuesday.
Along with showers, coastal areas might experience rain or hail.
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All drivers are being urged to take extra care on the roads this evening, and to ensure their windscreens are fully clear before setting off tomorrow morning.
Colder temperatures and more wintry showers will continue for the weekend and this will signal a spell of more wintry, changeable weather.
Soon becoming generally cloudy, with some snow during the morning, leading to slight accumulations.
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