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Most of the UK is covered by warnings of one colour or another.
Up to two inches of snow. In the Amber warning areas, 10 inches and
more over the hills. Parts of South Wales, 20-30 centimetres. The
weather pushing up from the south- west. The rain will turn to snow.
This double south-west England, then Wales and the Northern Ireland.
Light pockets of snow ahead of it. Already cold and frosty. Things
won't improve as we head into the rush hour tomorrow morning. Across
Cornwall there could be more rain and snow. But there the rest of the
South West, more snow to come. As we head to the Valleys, we had the
red warning. Some places could be cut off by the end of the day. The
wind pushing the snow north across Wales. Early in the day, the snow
is mostly in the south. Not too much fresh snow falling across
Scotland but the wind will introduce showers off the North Sea.
A frosty start across northern England at the recent snow falls.
Snow falling in East Anglia. At 8 am, most places still dry. It you
are travelling from the West through the snow, it will be tricky
as the snow works its way to the London area. Also developing across
East Anglia and the Midlands. Snow to come in Wales and Northern
Ireland. Further north, frequent snow showers coming into 0 East
England and eastern Scotland. Very few places escaping. The snow and
showers will continue during tomorrow night and into Saturday.
Particularly for the North. Could see a lot of snow across eastern
parts of Northern Ireland. And the north-eastern England where the
winds are stronger. Lighter showers to the south. It will remain cold