Yellow ice warning for South Wales as snow predicted tonight
WALES is being warned to exercise caution as the Arctic weather appears to be heading back for another bite.
Despite a rise in temperatures over the past few days and the retreating of snow and ice, the Met Office has issued a Yellow Warning of Ice for tonight going into Tuesday morning which could make driving conditions, in particular, difficult.
We have also been told to expect snow.
The Met Office warning for ice is in place until 11am on Tuesday.
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A spokesman for the Met Office said: "Wintry showers and strong winds will continue in many areas overnight, although some clearer spells will develop in the south and east.
"Surfaces will remain wet from earlier showers and from continued showers of rain, sleet and snow, allowing ice to form.
"Localised accumulations of 2-5 cm of snow are possible outside of the separate snow warning areas, particularly in the west, (chiefly above 200 metres in the southwest).
"The public should be aware of the risk of icy stretches on untreated roads and pavements."