Wintry Stretch Continues With Further Weather Alert

The days are getting longer and mornings lighter but it appears we're not quite out of the woods yet as a further weather warning for snow and ice has been issued.

Wintry showers and icy stretches are likely to take hold overnight tonight, Tuesday 26 February, leaving the potential for rush hour disruption tomorrow.
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The usual precautions are advised, including leaving longer time for journeys and keeping an eye on local traffic news before setting off.

Delays to rail and bus services may also occur.

The yellow warning will take affect at 10pm his evening through to 10am tomorrow.


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