Snow and Ice are expected to cause disruption across the UK as the temperature is set to drop to the lowest it has been in 2017.
Snow is expected to start falling from 6 am tomorrow morning and will hit northern England including Northumbria and Teesside.
Coastal areas could miss out on the snow, but it cannot be ruled out.
Today The Met Office has issued an amber warning for northern England for Friday morning with heavy snow expected across the southern Pennines.
A further yellow weather warning has been issued for snow across Northern Ireland, Northern England and Southern Scotland.
— Met Office (@metoffice) December 28, 2017
The Met Office believes that tonight will be the “coldest night of the year so far” in rural Scotland.
The Met Office warned the country could see the “coldest night of the year so far” in rural Scotland.
The temperature is expected to drop below minus 13C which is the lowest temperature recorded so far in 2017.
Road users are urged to drive to arrive and should check the road conditions before travelling.
Snowfall is expected to be 5 – 10 cms across northern England and 15 cm over the higher ground.
The Amber warning is effective from 04:00 GMT on Friday morning until 11:00 GMT and a Yellow warning issued for large parts of the UK, Northern Scotland and Northen Ireland for ice.
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