29/01/2019

Further Snow And Ice Warning Issued For NI

A further yellow weather alert has been issued for ice and snow for Northern Ireland this week.

As temperatures plummet, the current alert is in place from 3pm on Tuesday 29 until 11am on Wednesday.

According to Met Office forecasters, 1-3cm of fresh snow can be expected early on Tuesday evening and overnight, even at low levels, with temperatures set to drop below freezing.
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Some disruption is to be anticipated, with untreated surfaces likely to pose a risk and longer journey times anticipated.

The cold snap is set to continue throughout the week.



(JG/CM)

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