Met Office issues yellow weather warning for ice across the North East

A contemporary weather warning for ice has been issued for the North East.

The warning has been prolonged till 10am on Friday as temperatures are set to fall once more in a single day.

It comes after elements of the area had been coated in snow on Thursday, which triggered important journey disruption.

Several roads had been compelled to shut as automobiles and lorries had been delivered to a standstill unable to maneuver as a result of the snow.

An announcement launched by the Met Office stated: ” Rain, sleet and snow dying out whereas leaving a danger of icy surfaces and troublesome journey situations.

“An extra 1-2 cm of snow is feasible in just a few locations at first, primarily above 200 metres across Scotland, northern and central England, earlier than residual rain, sleet and snow dies out throughout Thursday night.

“Ice is then prone to type on some untreated surfaces, with troublesome situations on some roads and pavements by Friday morning.”

Last week temperatures plummeted and huge elements of the area had been left below a blanket of ice and snow.

What to count on

  • Some accidents from slips and falls on icy surfaces
  • Probably some icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths



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